One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the wine was good and the meal excellent’
very good, superb, outstanding, magnificent, of high quality, of the highest quality, of the highest standard, exceptional, marvellous, wonderful, sublime, perfect, eminent, pre-eminent, matchless, peerless, supreme, first-rate, first-class, superior, superlative, splendid, admirable, worthy, sterling, fine
informal super, A1, ace, great, terrific, tremendous, fantastic, fab, supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, top-notch, tip-top, class, awesome, magic, wicked, cool, out of this world, too good to be true, mind-blowing
British informal brilliant, brill, smashing, champion, bosting
North American informal badass
US informal awesomesauce, on fleek, legit
Australian informal beaut, bonzer
British informal, dated spiffing, ripping, topping, top-hole, wizard, capital
North American dated, informal swell
NZ Australian informal, dated bosker
vulgar slang shit hot
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