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fab·u·lous

 (făb′yə-ləs)
adj.
1. Extremely pleasing or successful: a fabulous vacation.
2. Barely credible; astonishing: the fabulous endurance of a marathon runner.
3.
a. Of the nature of a fable or myth; legendary.
b. Told of or celebrated in fables or legends.

[Middle English, mythical, from Old French fabuleux, from Latin fābulōsus, from fābula, fable; see fable.]

fab′u·lous·ly adv.
fab′u·lous·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.fabulously - exceedingly; extremely; "she plays fabulously well"
Translations
بِصورَة خُرافِيَّه
báječně
fabelagtigt
meseszerűen
stórkostlega
fabulöst
muhteşem bir şekilde

fabulously

[ˈfæbjʊləslɪ] ADVfabulosamente
fabulously richfabulosamente rico
it was fabulously successfultuvo un éxito fabuloso

fabulously

[ˈfæbjʊləsli] adv [rich, wealthy] → fabuleusement; [expensive] → incroyablement; [successful] → incroyablement; [beautiful] → incroyablement

fabulously

adv wealthy, expensivesagenhaft (inf); (inf: = wonderfully) → fabelhaft, fantastisch (inf); fabulously beautifulhinreißend schön; you can eat fabulously well thereman kann dort fantastisch (inf)or fabelhaft essen

fabulously

[ˈfæbjʊləslɪ] advfavolosamente

fable

(ˈfeibl) noun
1. a story (usually about animals) that teaches a lesson about human behaviour. Aesop's fables.
2. a legend or untrue story. fact or fable?
fabulous (ˈfӕbjuləs) adjective
1. wonderful. a fabulous idea.
2. existing (only) in a fable. The phoenix is a fabulous bird.
ˈfabulously adverb
References in classic literature ?
They had all become rich, these first friends of the telephone, but not fabulously so.
The old mine, which I found untouched, has made me fabulously wealthy; but what care I for wealth!
You are exclusive proprietor of this flourishing settlement, and are consequently fabulously rich, and you would be richer still if you didn't grant lands and houses free of rent to all newcomers who will pledge themselves never to smoke cigars.
I remember that he used to claim that that invention alone would make us fabulously wealthy--we were going to make the whole thing public after the successful issue of our first secret trial--but Perry never returned from that trial trip, and I only after ten years.
His guides were two savage head hunting warriors of a pirate crew from whom he hoped to steal what they considered a fabulously rich treasure.
The Fynes had no suspicion; the governess, playing with cold, distinguished exclusiveness the part of mother to the fabulously wealthy Miss de Barral, had no suspicion; the masters of music, of drawing, of dancing to Miss de Barral, had no idea; the minds of her medical man, of her dentist, of the servants in the house, of the tradesmen proud of having the name of de Barral on their books, were in a state of absolute serenity.
The narrow creek was like a ditch: tortuous, fabulously deep; filled with gloom under the thin strip of pure and shining blue of the heaven.
Last year saw them fill in fabulously as Gruff Rhys' backing band on his world tour, but it was still nice to see them hurry up and go back to their day jobs.
Glory Lily (Gloriosa superba) The glory lily, with its fabulously exotic flowers with petals of red and yellow, may not be the easiest climber to grow, but it is one of the most rewarding.
The reason everyone in football expects this is that Manchester City now have fabulously wealthy owners - more fabulously wealthy even than the owners of other elite clubs here and in Europe.
There hasn't been a movie this fabulously awful since Showgirls.
THE PUSSYCAT DOLLS dance troupe have performed burlesque in fabulously seedy clubs around Sunset Boulevard in LA for years - and could be coming to London for a series of dates.