fabulous : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s extremely pleasing
a fabulous vacation
- s based on or told of in traditional stories; lacking factual basis or historical validity
the fabulous unicorn
- s barely credible
the fabulous endurance of a marathon runner
- I think she has a fabulous sense of style and a fabulous sense of who she is.
- The faces and fees are fabulous With lots of blusher but no shame, the peacock profession of modeling gives face and body to our covetous dreams, then mocks us as we press.
- Fabulous is a good enough word.
- Dana Perino in Houston Chronicle
The theme is similar to what he's said since election night about the fabulous new chapter President-elect Obama is about to start, and that he wishes him the very best,White House press secretary Dana Perino said today.
- Danica Patrick in USA Today
It was a fuel-strategy race, but my team called it perfectly for me,Patrick said. "I knew I was on the same strategy as Helio and when I passed him for the lead, I couldn't believe it. This is fabulous."
- President Bush in Kansas City Star
Bush said he'll "miss being the commander in chief of such a fabulous group."