Prodigious

• (a.) Of the nature of a prodigy; marvelous; wonderful; portentous. • (a.) Extraordinary in bulk, extent, quantity, or degree; very great; vast; huge; immense; as, a prodigious mountain; a prodigious creature; a prodigious blunder.
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prodigious

stupendous adjective so great in size or force or extent as to elicit awe; `colossal crumbling ruins of an ancient temple`; `has a colossal nerve`; `a prodigious storm`; `a stupendous field of grass`; `stupendous demand`
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Prodigious

Pro·di'gious adjective [ Latin prodigiosus , from prodigium a prodigy; confer French prodigieux . See Prodigy .] 1. Of the nature of a prodigy; marvelous; wonderful; portentous. [ Obsolete or R.] Spenser. « It is prodigious to have thunder in ...
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prodigious

enormous wonderful 
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prodigious

great in size, force, extent, or degree
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prodigious

prodigious 1. So great in size or force or extent as to elicit awe: 'A prodigious storm'. 2. Of momentous or ominous significance: 'A prodigious vision'. 3. Wonderful or marvelous: 'She had a prodigious talent as a writer.' 4. Far beyond what is usual in magnitude or degree. 5. Strange, unusual; exciting amazement or wonder. 6. Extraordinary i...
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