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What is a word for something amazing?

Asked by tonyrusso (7points) January 13th, 2011

what is the best word for a great oerson

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august, capital, chief, commanding, dignified, distinguished, eminent, exalted, excellent, famed, famous, fine, glorious, grand, heroic, high-minded, highly regarded, honorable, idealistic, illustrious, impressive, leading, lofty, magnanimous, main, major, noble, notable, noted, noteworthy, outstanding, paramount, primary, principal, prominent, puissant, regal, remarkable, renowned, royal, stately, sublime, superior, superlative, talented


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Aesthetic_Mess's avatar

magnificent, awe-inspiring, brilliant, sensational, breathtaking, mind-boggling, jaw-dropping, stupefying

erichw1504's avatar

Redonkulous, as in “This cornbread is redonkulous!”

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JLeslie's avatar

Spectacular, amazing, wonderful.

izziebear1's avatar

stunning and marvelous.

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Skaggfacemutt's avatar

How about “groovy!” (Now you can guess my age. Ha-ha.)

Kayak8's avatar

Cool, hot, bad, good (I am feeling oppositional today).

Jeruba's avatar

Whatever word you choose, be sure to look it up and get a clear sense of its meanings and connotations before you use it. Some terms carry a load of extra associations or belong in a context that might not fit your purposes. A word for a great boss or teacher might not be the same word you’d choose for a wonderful mother or an awesome girlfriend.

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Skaggfacemutt's avatar

Oh, I should have mentioned my 16-year-old granddaughter’s favorite word, BOMBDIGGITY!

gorgeousgal3's avatar

Extraordinary and unbelievable!

angelab's avatar

fantastic, brilliant, unbelievable, wonderful, awesome

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