fantastically

adverb
fan·​tas·​ti·​cal·​ly | \ fan-ˈta-sti-k(ə-)lē How to pronounce fantastically (audio) , fən- \

Definition of fantastically

1 : in a fantastic manner
2 : to a fantastic degree : extremely fantastically expensive clothes

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Examples of fantastically in a Sentence

a community production of the classic musical that featured fantastically bad singing
Recent Examples on the Web The car itself as a package is fantastically impressive. Neil Winton, Forbes, 10 June 2021 The Valve Index is the most accurate and low-latency tracking solution of any VR headset today, and when combined with the fantastically versatile motion controllers, delivers one of the most immersive roomscale VR experiences possible. Jon Martindale, Forbes, 4 June 2021 Expect rustic beach camps, fantastically fresh ocean-to-plate fish, and everything (including the ferry ride in) to take its sweet time. Melanie Van Zyl, Travel + Leisure, 16 May 2021 Yet her most recent act of role-play feels far less like a variant of her usually fantastically troubled ubermenschen. Washington Post, 19 May 2021 The store is filled with glitzy oddities and fantastically chic vintage items: Trays of fat costume jewelry. Liana Satenstein, Vogue, 11 May 2021 The show felt almost fantastically urgent, prescient, and responsive to the feelings of despair, fear, and determination that so many women around the country were feeling. Anne Cohen, refinery29.com, 28 Apr. 2021 Mahoney was relatively new to films then; Dukakis, a little older, had the edge, but both were fantastically skillful stage animals learning how to be equally skillful on camera before our astonished and grateful eyes. Michael Phillips, chicagotribune.com, 2 May 2021 The bottom line: pelicans — which have wingspans up to 7.5 feet wide — are fantastically skilled at gliding atop the updraft of wind that is created by moving waves. Gary Robbins, San Diego Union-Tribune, 28 Apr. 2021

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First Known Use of fantastically

1543, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for fantastically

fantastical + -ly entry 2

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The first known use of fantastically was in 1543

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22 Jun 2021

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“Fantastically.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/fantastically. Accessed 22 Jun. 2021.

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