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prodigious

pro·di·gi·ous

prodigious

 
 
pronunciation:
pr dI js
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Word Combinations (adjective)
part of speech: adjective
definition 1: extremely large or great in size, amount, strength, extent, or the like; enormous.
James A. Michener was a novelist whose output was prodigious.
synonyms:
colossal, enormous, monumental, tremendous, vast
antonyms:
small
similar words:
big, exceptional, extensive, giant, gigantic, great, huge, immense, jumbo, mammoth, mighty, monstrous, stupendous, terrific, whopping
definition 2: inspiring wonder and admiration; marvelous.
She amazed even herself with this prodigious feat of memorizing.
synonyms:
amazing, marvelous, stupendous, wonderful
antonyms:
unexceptional
similar words:
admirable, awesome, exceptional, extraordinary, fabulous, fantastic, grand, miraculous, phenomenal, rare, remarkable, staggering, unprecedented
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derivations: prodigiously (adv.), prodigiousness (n.)