from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Slang Marvelously excellent: "a really fantabulous find, just magnificent” ( Mel Fisher).
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Fantastic, fabulous, excellent.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. very good;of the highest quality
Friday, July 17, 2009 fantabulous last saturday night, rain city had her dancin 'shoes on. does it get more fantabulous than that? follow the links to this week's other posts of "fantabulous" over at asphalt and air.
By the time she left, on Sunday afternoon, she was skipping around, talking about the "northern vigor" of Alaskan peonies, saying "fantabulous" at state picnics and waxing poetic about the majesty of snow.
Well, sounds like you had a to quote Shigeki 'fantabulous' weekend!
Honor Flight was a "fantabulous" experience, Gebhardt said.
Please get it through your head that this is going to be a most fantabulous day.
They have turned into fantabulous bits of girl fluff with that expensive spa smell.
Thankfully he fixed it (it was growing out bad) and now my hair looks fantabulous and longer than it is (shoulder length right now).
Well, my dears, my fantabulous Friday night plans, (supper in a bookstore, followed by lots of browsing and a major challenge to my whole reducing the TBR list scheme), seem to have, um, whumped.
In the Spirit of Resistance embodied by the fantabulous Janet Reid, we are officially naming this week Rejectionist Book Review Week.
Yes, folks, it's official, the frackin' fantabulous Debbi Morgan is moving to The Young and the Restless!
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