fantastico

noun
fan·​tas·​ti·​co | \ fan-ˈta-sti-ˌkō How to pronounce fantastico (audio) , fən-\
plural fantasticoes

Definition of fantastico

: a ridiculously fantastic individual

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The master bath walls are covered in onyx fantastico, and the flooring is marble and onyx; the sconces are vintage. Celia Barbour, ELLE Decor, "HOUSE TOUR: A Washington Home Glimmers With Gilded Finishes And Rich Textures," 7 Aug. 2012 The master bath walls are covered in onyx fantastico, and the flooring is marble and onyx Celia Barbour, ELLE Decor, "HOUSE TOUR: A Washington Home Glimmers With Gilded Finishes And Rich Textures," 7 Aug. 2012

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First Known Use of fantastico

1596, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for fantastico

Italian, fantastic (adjective), from Late Latin phantasticus

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The first known use of fantastico was in 1596

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