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- adv. Obsolete form of fantastically.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Fantastically.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
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It is fantasticly, evil and hilarious at the same time.
He is a fantasticly entrancing man and he is becoming a consumate actor.
We had some fantasticly spooky cupcakes to choose from.
Instread we have a fantasticly fun con film which is equal parts comparable to the work of Wes Anderson, Paul Thomas Anderson and The Coen Brothers.
Although, on the other side, it could also work out fantasticly, you know … after Heath Ledger's performance as the Joker I understand that every actor and actress has A side that they never show.
Astride this steed was a mullett-sporting middle aged gentleman in fantasticly new white leather high-tops.
While leaving a so-so buck carcuss to be sliced and packaged I happened to notice a fantasticly wide set of huge 4 x 4 mule deer antlers complete with "drops" laying on a desk in the owner's office.
Collider reported earlier this week that Comedy Central was in negotiation for 13 new episodes of the fantasticly entertaining animated show, but it turns out that was half the deal.
Somewhat disturbing and fantasticly hyper-real portraits from Sean Teegarden.
The book is fantasticly imaginative, the dialogue pitch perfect, the story screaming to be an Alex Proyas film.