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

Examples of fantastically in a Sentence

a community production of the classic musical that featured fantastically bad singing
Recent Examples on the Web Still, Evans turns in another fantastically evil role. Josh St. Clair, Men's Health, 19 July 2022 Ruff is a fantastically talented performer whose great gift is her ability to dissect long speeches, searching them for pleasing rhythms and hidden melodies. Vinson Cunningham, The New Yorker, 2 May 2022 India and Indonesia in particular are bank-friendly hotspots – in particular the fantastically Javanese Royal Surakarta Heritage Solo McGallery Collection Accor hotel available in July 2022 for an unbelievable $32 a night. Duncan Madden, Forbes, 28 June 2022 But shares of many other high profile companies that merged with SPACs, such as electric vehicle makers Nikola and Lordstown Motors and office rental company WeWork, have flopped fantastically since their debuts. Paul R. La Monica, CNN, 8 June 2022 After all, technology stocks were performing fantastically well right up until that bubble burst in 2000. Erik Carter, Forbes, 6 June 2022 Left behind are cliffs up to 350 feet high, several crystal-clear lakes and a fantastically diverse ecosystem that supports dozens of rare plant species. Robert O'harrow Jr., Washington Post, 3 June 2022 The result reads like a cracked fairy tale, both familiar and fantastically strange. Leah Greenblatt, EW.com, 9 May 2022 Many of the legions who dressed fantastically, scantily, or both treated the festival as, well, a festival—a reason to carouse. Spencer Kornhaber, The Atlantic, 27 Apr. 2022 See More

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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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Last Updated

28 Jul 2022

Cite this Entry

“Fantastically.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/fantastically. Accessed 13 Aug. 2022.

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