Examples of stupendous in a Sentence
a person with stupendous wealth
the stupendous engineering feats achieved by the ancient Romans
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The fun and excitement will have to come from watching Kerr and the players try to realize this team’s stupendous potential.
Most stupendous was the pianist Markus Hinterhäuser, who, in his spare time, runs the Salzburg Festival.
Several times over the course of the season, reporters lobbed him softballs, trying to get an obligatory cliché quote about how stupendous his Spurs experience had been after a career of playing with also-rans.
Anyway, who’d be cynical enough to think that the Obamas, who are busy planning their stupendous $500 million Temple of Love and Fealty in Chicago, would ever try to slip political propaganda into TV programming?
Because now the House has passed a bill clawing back an enormous, a gigantic, a stupendous $15 billion of that spending.
Spend a full day with your ranger in the vehicle for a stupendous and exciting safari.
Its ambitions for public parks and education were stupendous.
The stupendous view of Maiden Lake from the three walls of windows that surround the dining room is a bonus.
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Synonym Discussion of stupendous
- the monstrous waste of the project
- made a prodigious effort and rolled the stone aside
- the tremendous roar of the cataract
- a stupendous volcanic eruption
STUPENDOUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stupendous for English Language Learners
: so large or great that it amazes you
STUPENDOUS Defined for Kids
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