fabulously fabulously  /ˈfæb ju ləs li/


  • (adv) exceedingly; extremely



  1. In his old age he may frequently become fabulously charitable.
  2. Standing in blonde tresses and heels, she is a fabulously incongruous sight here in the mountains.


  1. The Printed Page: Inside a Parisian Furniture Aficionado's Effortlessly Cool Pad

    Photo via Marie Claire Maison What is it about Paris homes—whether it's slick micro-dwellings, fabulously opulent mansions, or lofts inexplicably occupied by three Napoleons—that make them so effortlessly cool, even when they're aspiring to recreate a uniquely American aesthetic? Such...
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Curbed

  2. Recaps: Selling New York S7E3&4: Dreams and Fears

    HGTV's Selling New York rides along with brokerages CORE, Kleier Residential, and Warburg as they try to sell fabulous properties fabulously. Here's our recap of how the NYC real estate industry is portrayed to the world. Episode air date: 6/21/2013....
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Curbed New York

  3. Fab's $150 Million Round: Why It's the Beginning of the End

    Fab wants to be the next billion-dollar e-commerce business. It's fabulously ambitious--but completely at odds with the company's strengths. At this point, very little could surprise me about e-commerce wunderkind Fab. Not even its latest news: The company announced Wednesday it just completed raising a $150 million Series D investment round--with another $100 million on the way--at a pre-money ...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Inc Magazine


  1. "I want to congratulate my players, we played fabulously," Bilic added. "We were right that these (fringe) guys could play superbly. They all do that in training, but still they played very well here."
    on Jun 17, 2008 By: Slaven Bilic Source: Skegness Standard

  2. Hatcher said: "It was a fabulously written episode. She should get nominated for an Emmy."
    on Apr 7, 2009 By: Teri Hatcher Source: RTE.ie

  3. "2005 turned out to be a particularly bad year for couture chaos, wardrobe wrecks and stylistic sleaze," Blackwell said. "These woman may be fabulously talented in their respective fields, but when it comes to fashion, they resemble weary...
    on Jan 10, 2006 By: Mr Blackwell Source: Bangkok Post

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