One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Bigger or better than could be reasonably expected.‘stockbrokers command salaries beyond the wildest dreams of most workers’
tremendous, stupendous, prodigious, phenomenalView synonyms
- ‘We live in a highly technologically engineered world - a world where science and technology are revealing phenomena and wonders beyond our wildest dreams.’
- ‘But it's hard to pretend that the rather uninspiring fondant goo you've got smeared all over your teeth is confectionery delight beyond your wildest dreams.’
- ‘He said, look, you have become wealthy beyond your wildest dreams, through certain things that perhaps weren't very legitimate, let alone fair.’
- ‘What if one day the chance you had been waiting for was suddenly in front of you, only to be followed by a string of good luck beyond your wildest dreams?’
- ‘Imagine going out to dinner with a charming man who promises you riches and glory beyond your wildest dreams.’
- ‘There is a promise in AA that things will happen beyond your wildest dreams and they do.’
- ‘You start bringing those kinds of numbers to the table and the possibilities quickly start multiplying beyond your wildest dreams.’
- ‘But this is just phenomenal, beyond our wildest dreams.’
- ‘It's a reminder that you may succeed beyond your wildest dreams and you need to be ready for it to happen.’
- ‘And then, the reaction was just beyond my wildest dreams, it was fantastic.’
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