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fantabulous

Line breaks: fan|tabu¦lous
Pronunciation: /fanˈtabjʊləs
 
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Definition of fantabulous in English:

adjective

informal
Excellent; wonderful: a fantabulous prize
More example sentences
  • Every week she compiles a selection of amazingly fantabulous poetry, you get everything from the obscure and abstract to the essential and classic.
  • Is it an amazingly fantabulous movie that will be counted as a classic?
  • Anyway, here's the list of fantabulous prizes.

Origin

1950s: blend of fantastic and fabulous.

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