Definition of fabulous:
hypothetical, cracking, top-of-the-line, imaginal, first-rate, immense, make-believe, blue-ribbon, awesome, wondrous, fab, grand, eye-opening, fake, quality, righteous, bonny, king-size, frontline, enormous, mythic, pretended, fictitious, stunning, choice, gilt-edged, mock, simulated, prime, mythical, fictional, chimerical, synthetic, A-OK, notional, false, hype, brag, radical, made-up, top-notch, prodigious, divine, mean, incredible, par excellence, high-class, fanciful, brave, wizard, capital, cool, groovy, five-star, peachy, peachy keen, fantabulous, terrific, slick, mythologic, nifty, astounding, dynamite, dreamy, large, high, tip-top, corking, sublime, famous, portentous, invented, gangbusters, real, supernal, A1, bang-up, legendary, top, blue-chip, good, ideal, fantastical, apocryphal, boss, phantasmic, staggering, big, fabled, great, unbelievable, lovely, beautiful, numero uno, bumper, pretend, vast, decent, number one, astonishing, imagined, super, stupendous, phat, four-star, dope, top-flight, hot, first-string, jim-dandy, noble, awful, bully, sterling, swell, out-of-sight, superlative, prizewinning, visonary, topping, gone, ripping, tremendous, primo, unreal, amazing, huge, crackerjack, neat, pleasing, wide, top-shelf, splendid, superb, phantom, mythological, boffo, keen, first-class, down, unsurpassed, dandy, banner, fantasied, imaginary, fine, prize, phantasmal, surprising, stellar, wonder, classic.
- exceptional (part of speech: adjective)
- unbelievable (part of speech: adjective)
- heavenly (part of speech: adjective)
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