One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Extremely enjoyable or impressive.‘an herb and lemon dressing that's out of this world’
marvellous, magnificent, superb, glorious, sublime, lovely, delightful, first-class, first-ratewonderful, marvellous, magnificent, superb, glorious, sublime, lovely, delightful, first-class, first-rateView synonyms
- ‘The drive was a little over an hour and the scenery was just out of this world.’
- ‘The clothes were out of this world and beautifully displayed.’
- ‘The foie gras terrine was unbelievably rich, and they had a white asparagus salad which was out of this world.’
- ‘The job is exhausting but the rewards are out of this world.’
- ‘Johnson's guitar solo is out of this world - it actually sounds like lead and rhythm playing together, and a brass section.’
- ‘Along with that peace comes a joy and happiness that's out of this world!’
- ‘The whole proceedings were out of this world and almost impossible to describe.’
- ‘The regular baguettes have a great crust, a medium crumb and lots of taste, and the sourdough baguettes are out of this world for serving with cheese.’
- ‘It is really out of this world with a fabulous infrastructure, it's very safe and clean.’
- ‘The quality of the play was incredible, there were several chances at both ends, there was immense tension and the atmosphere was out of this world.’
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