stupendously


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stu·pen·dous

 (sto͞o-pĕn′dəs, styo͞o-)
adj.
1. So great in scope, degree, or importance as to amaze: a stupendous catastrophe.
2. Extremely large in amount, extent, or size; enormous: stupendous wealth; a stupendous waterfall.
3. Remarkable; outstanding: "Perhaps he had never possessed the necessary egoism, and was secretly relieved no longer having to be publicly stupendous" (Philip Roth).

[From Late Latin stupendus, stunning, gerundive of Latin stupēre, to be stunned.]

stu·pen′dous·ly adv.
stu·pen′dous·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.stupendously - to a stupendous degree; "stupendously ignorant people"
Translations

stupendously

[stjuːˈpendəslɪ] ADV (= wonderfully) → estupendamente; (= extraordinarily) → extraordinariamente

stupendously

advfantastisch, phantastisch; hardenorm; boringungeheuer

stupendously

[stjuːˈpɛndəslɪ] advstupendamente, fantasticamente
a stupendously high price → un prezzo incredibilmente alto
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They took their rise in the Wind River Mountains, which ranged along to the east, stupendously high and rugged, composed of vast masses of black rock, almost destitute of wood, and covered in many places with snow.
particularly as to his legs, which were stupendously little), but who, in a moral point of view, in personal dignity and self-esteem, had swelled into a giant.
The gardens were arranged to emulate those of Versailles, and amidst the terraces and groves there are some huge allegorical waterworks still, which spout and froth stupendously upon fete-days, and frighten one with their enormous aquatic insurrections.
He had gone with the cart to its journey's end, very much disgusted with the absence of his master, and stupendously rebellious to the Deputy.
Playing stupendously in slaying the reigning three-time Philippine Cup champions, it's almost a certainty that Aguilar and Cruz will be raring to go whenever Cone calls their numbers.
This, the vice chancellor explained, is to put a lie to the claim of the university is a learning space for the few stupendously wealthy citizens in the country.
Tagore for some strange reason blanked out her stupendously successful pairing with Khanna and focused on her resoundingly flop combination with Kapoor.
I had hoped that several tens of millions of pounds out of this stupendously high annual budget would have gone to such a cause.
He called for a boycott of his films and said McGregor had "revealed himself to be a narrow-minded, stupendously self-aggrandising, anti-democratic little twerp".
Sure to be this year's multiplayer darkhorse hit, beneath its simplistic visuals lies a stupendously fun game.
Unless we tread the pragmatic path and make sacrifices, the tribulations faced by our youngsters will increase stupendously.
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