prodigiously


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pro·di·gious

 (prə-dĭj′əs)
adj.
1. Impressively great in size, force, or extent; enormous: a prodigious storm.
2. Extraordinary; marvelous: a prodigious talent.
3. Obsolete Portentous; ominous.

[Latin prōdigiōsus, portentous, monstrous, from prōdigium, omen.]

pro·di′gious·ly adv.
pro·di′gious·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.prodigiously - to a prodigious degree; "the prices of farms rose prodigiously"
Translations

prodigiously

[prəˈdɪdʒəslɪ] ADV [grow, read, eat] → una barbaridad
to be prodigiously talentedtener un talento prodigioso

prodigiously

[prəˈdɪdʒəsli] advprodigieusement

prodigiously

adv drinkungeheuer viel; eatüppig, ungeheuer viel; talented, gifted, successfulaußerordentlich

prodigiously

[prəˈdɪdʒəslɪ] advprodigiosamente
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We walked across the fringe of beach under the cocoanut-palms and into the little town, and found several hundred riotous seamen from all the world, drinking prodigiously, singing prodigiously, dancing prodigiously--and all on the main street to the scandal of a helpless handful of Japanese police.
I had read Byron's imitation of him before that, and admired it prodigiously, and when my father got me the book--as usual I did not know where or how he got it--not all the tall forms that moved before the eyes of haunted bards in the dusky vale of autumn could have kept me from it.
He wrote prodigiously, and he read prodigiously, forgetting in his toil the pangs caused by giving up his tobacco.
As she had seen him twice and he had different suits on each time, Maggie had a dim impression that his wardrobe was prodigiously extensive.
But if they could fast prodigiously, they could feed prodigiously, and soon a few scattered bones were all that remained of the splendid live brute that had faced the pack a few hours before.
He wiped his pale face with a large yellow bandanna pocket-handkerchief that was prodigiously scented.
It deals so largely in pain that its scattered delights are prodigiously augmented by the contrasts.
Long is as good a creature as ever lived -- and her nieces are very pretty behaved girls, and not at all handsome: I like them prodigiously.
At this moment the ascensional force of the balloon increased prodigiously, and Ferguson, Kennedy, and Joe, waved a last good-by to their friends.
Bashti held his lean sides with merriment while tears of purest joy ran down his prodigiously wrinkled cheeks.
THE feeling of interest excited by the Trial was prodigiously increased on the fourth day.
For the rabble, by this time, were prodigiously increased, and went roving up and down the town, breaking the windows of the Members of Parliament and insulting them in their coaches in the streets.