fabulosity


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fabulosity

(ˌfæbjʊˈlɒsɪtɪ)
n
the state or quality of being fabulous
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While many people like to daydream about the deacutecor of their wedding, the preaching and fabulosity at their funeral a la Aretha (who else wants four costume changes?
Hania Amir Embracing the acid tones, Hania Amir went for full sparkle of fabulosity and wit in neon strapless gown by Husain Rehar.
The Kimora Barbie is a "counterhegemonic representation of gender and race that is in keeping with Simmons' definition of fabulosity" (pp.
So, many things have changed since the original group marketed their singular 'fabulosity' and we're all curious how the second generation of style mavens would fare.
Kimora is also an author, having penned the book "Fabulosity: What It Is & How to Get It" in 2006.
Poet sublime of cryptic fabulosity, inkpot noirist, and restless chronicler of the muck and ick that splatters so freely, then embeds itself like a cancer, forming the blackest recesses of American consciousness.
Queer dwellings: Precarity, migrancy, and fabulosity. Talk at the 7th annual Feminist Theory Workshop, Durham, North Carolina, March 22-23.
On the website subscribers will receive a free MP3 download “The Eight Biggest Mistakes Women Make that Blocks their Flow of Fabulosity" valued at $14.99 and as a bonus, subscribers receive the Fabulous I Am News valued at $69 annually for free.
What if, instead, we embraced the idea that the range of disabled characters onstage over time, creates for audiences a kind of figurative "fabulosity"?
According to Vangsness, she sec out on the road co fabulosity as a girl so shy and socially awkward that she had given up on speaking, entirely.