Examples of phenomenal in a sentence
The catch soared year after year, reaching a peak of 1.6 billion pounds in 1956. But not even the fish's phenomenal fecundity could sustain them under this industrial onslaught. —Bruce Franklin, Mother Jones, March & April 2006
The region's two main communities are Camden, with its very old money and … five-star restaurants and phenomenal B&Bs, and Rockland, a serious old fishing town that hosts the Festival every summer in historic Harbor Park, right along the water. —David Foster Wallace, Gourmet, August 2004
Physical prowess aside, the concentration required on the beam is phenomenal. —Jack McCallum, Sports Illustrated, 18 Oct. 2000
Given his phenomenal poll numbers in a race he has not yet officially entered … —Julia Reed, Vogue, February 1999
the phenomenal growth that the suburb has experienced over the last decade
the phenomenal ability to remember the names of thousands of people
Recent Examples of phenomenal from the web
The women's marches were a phenomenal success and an important cultural moment.
The Southwest DeKalb girls also have had a phenomenal run in that same time period, winning five championships in the past nine seasons.
Sean was not only a terrific leader in the company, but a phenomenal person who will be dearly missed.
For nearly a decade, Apple’s phenomenal growth was powered by the popularity of the iPhone.
A phenomenal writer capable of summing up entire genres in one sentence, Questlove penned a personal essay for Rolling Stone about, among other things, Prince's relationship to hip-hop.
Updated, 10:04 a.m. Good morning on this phenomenal Monday.
Few American writers of recent times have had his erudition and phenomenal memory.
ESQ: The movie is full of phenomenal performances mostly from kids.
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Origin and Etymology of phenomenal
First Known Use: 1825
Synonym Discussion of phenomenal
PHENOMENAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of phenomenal for English Language Learners
: very good or great : unusual in a way that is very impressive
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