from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The quality of being fabulous; fictitiousness; mythical character.
- n. A fabulous thing; a fable.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Fabulousness.
- n. A fabulous or fictitious story.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being fabulous; fabulousness.
- n. A feigned or fictitious story; a fable.
Yes, this is an excerpt from Be Amazing, but one can learn the art of fabulosity from the mistakes of others, as well as from their triumphs.
I'm in favor of you talking about your book, which I don't know about, rather than my fabulosity, which is of course well known to all.
In our intimate interview with Kimora she explains what "fabulosity" is, how to attain and maintain it; being addicted to Twitter, being labeled a diva, teaching her youngest child, Kenzo, how to be a man, and life with her husband, Academy-Award nominated actor Djimon Hounsou.
Alas, my intern status did not suffice for full-on "fabulosity" or "It-girl" recognition.
Pair a wardrobe staple from your favorite store (aka: your own closet!) like a simple classic blazer with an affordable trendy piece from H&M, Target1, or any other fast fashion outpost and then (for a little extra fashion "fabulosity") throw in a designer bag!
Somehow "fabulosity" doesn't seem all that anymore.
Recognizing the difference between trendy accent the fabulosity of a true fashion find.
In the time between meeting David and the day he sent me down the aisle—a mere couple of weeks—I felt like I was being swept up in a whirlwind of fabulosity.
And so in addition to celebrating the fabulosity that is my husband every September 23, I also celebrate the great equalizing.
And bless her, she did not disappoint, choosing to go full-on leopard in an ensemble she described on E! as "lioness meets her cub meets fabulosity meets" ... look, I last track of what she was saying.