One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘his solo climb was marvellous’
amazing, astounding, astonishing, awesome, breathtaking, sensational, remarkable, spectacular, stupendous, staggering, stunning
phenomenal, prodigious, miraculous, extraordinary, incredible, unbelievable
2‘we had marvellous weather’
excellent, splendid, wonderful, magnificent, superb, glorious, sublime, lovely, delightful, beautiful, too good to be true
informal super, great, smashing, amazing, fantastic, terrific, tremendous, phenomenal, sensational, heavenly, gorgeous, dreamy, grand, fabulous, fab, fabby, fantabulous, supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, awesome, amazeballs, to die for, magic, ace, cool, mean, bad, wicked, mega, crucial, mind-blowing, far out, A1, sound, out of this world, marvy, dope, def, phat
British informal brilliant, brill, bosting
North American informal neat, badass, bodacious, boss, radical, rad, peachy, boffo, bully, bitching, dandy, jim-dandy
US informal on fleek
NZ Australian informal beaut, bonzer
informal, dated groovy, spanking, divine
British dated, informal capital, champion, wizard, corking, ripping, cracking, spiffing, top-hole, topping, beezer
North American dated, informal swell, keen
South African informal kif, lank
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