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phenomenal

phe·nom·e·nal

phenomenal

 
 
pronunciation:
f na m nl
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part of speech: adjective
definition 1: amazing or extraordinary.
The actress gave a phenomenal performance on opening night.
synonyms:
amazing, astounding, extraordinary, fabulous, incredible, marvelous, miraculous, prodigious, singular, stupendous
antonyms:
commonplace, ordinary, unremarkable
similar words:
breathtaking, exceptional, matchless, outstanding, remarkable, sensational, tremendous, unparalleled, unprecedented, unusual, wonderful
definition 2: of or relating to phenomena.
similar words:
circumstantial, empirical, experiential, factual
definition 3: able to be known by sense perception.
synonyms:
perceivable, perceptible, sensible
similar words:
appreciable, audible, cognizable, comprehensible, discernible, knowable, observable, sensory, tangible, understandable, visible
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derivation: phenomenally (adv.)