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  • adv. In a fabulous manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a fabulous manner; in fable or fiction: as, it is fabulously related.
  • Incredibly; to such extent as to exceed probability; hence, enormously; amazingly: as, fabulously rich.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. exceedingly; extremely


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fabulous +‎ -ly


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  • What you call the fabulously buttery, slightly gritty, tender, sandy-textured cookies that are so right with tea or coffee may depend on where you live.

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  • The economy is down, economic growth is now, inflation is up, debt is up, and the stock markets (and the corporate holdings that they trade) are doing "fabulously" - thank you very much.

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  • There were juice boxes in fabulously artificial flavors (with names like OrangeSplosion and FutureBerry), Kellogg’s chocolate-chip cereal snack bars, elaborate Fruit Roll-Ups (the type with tie-dye tattoos that come off on the tongue).

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  • Calling a fabulously dressed heiress "fearless" gives her a little too much creative credit.

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  • So if you’re against Social Security or in favor of conservation, you’re really out to transfer a lot of income from the relatively poor—namely you and me—to the relatively rich—namely our fabulously wealthy grandchildren.

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  • Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Windows PC, ESRP: Mature) is an open-world adventure best described as fabulously atmospheric game noir.

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  • Even today, native speakers of English hear in the word job a range of occupational senses from the lowly and hourly to the permanent and fabulously remunerated.

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  • But one penthouse stands out as the first of the highly visible top-floor luxury accommodations favored by the fabulously rich in the Roaring Twenties.

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