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Strange or different in a way that is striking or fascinating; strangely beautiful, enticing, etc.
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  1. Strange or different in a way that is striking or fascinating; strangely beautiful, enticing, etc.
  2. From another part of the world; foreign:
  3. Foreign; not native
Full of or characterized by whimsy; quaintly, playfully, or gently humorous
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  1. Full of or characterized by whimsy; quaintly, playfully, or gently humorous
  2. Given to whimsy; capricious; odd; peculiar; playful; light-hearted or amusing.
  3. Subject to sudden change; unpredictable
Located far from civilized areas; remote:
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  1. Located far from civilized areas; remote:
  2. Very odd, strange, or peculiar; fantastic; bizarre
  3. (Archaic) Of foreign origin; not native.
Exceeding reasonable bounds:
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  1. Exceeding reasonable bounds:
  2. Costing or spending too much; wasteful
  3. Extremely abundant; profuse:
Created in the fancy; imaginary; not real
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  1. Created in the fancy; imaginary; not real
  2. Showing fancy in construction or design; quaint; odd
  3. Imaginative or fantastic; unreal or imagined
Extravagantly ambitious or aspiring
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  1. Extravagantly ambitious or aspiring
  2. Pretentiously eloquent; highly figurative
  3. Exceedingly lofty or exalted:
(Slang) So remarkable as to elicit disbelief; fantastic.
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  1. (Slang) So remarkable as to elicit disbelief; fantastic.
  2. (Slang) larger or more fantastic than typical of real life.
  3. Not real, actual, or genuine; imaginary, fanciful, insubstantial, false, etc.
Characterized by, arising from, or subject to caprice; impulsive or unpredictable:
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  1. Characterized by, arising from, or subject to caprice; impulsive or unpredictable:
  2. Characterized by or resulting from caprice, inconsistency in feeling or purpose, a whim, or an unpredictable or impulsive behavior. See also arbitrary.
  3. Subject to caprices; tending to change abruptly and without apparent reason; erratic; flighty
Full of or characterized by freaks; whimsical; capricious
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  1. Full of or characterized by freaks; whimsical; capricious
  2. Having the nature of a freak; odd; peculiar
  3. Strange, unusual, abnormal or bizarre
Queer; peculiar; odd
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  1. Queer; peculiar; odd
  2. Not previously known; unfamiliar:
  3. Not of one's own or a particular locality, environment, or kind; not native:
Small in amount:
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  1. Small in amount:
  2. Being in excess of the indicated or approximate number, extent, or degree. Often used in combination:
  3. Not usual or ordinary; singular; peculiar; strange
Of a questionable nature or character; suspicious:
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  1. Of a questionable nature or character; suspicious:
  2. Deviating from what is expected or normal; strange:
  3. Differing from what is usual or ordinary; odd; singular; strange
(Archaic) Cleverly made or done.
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  1. (Archaic) Cleverly made or done.
  2. Singular; unusual; curious
  3. (Archaic) Unfamiliar or unusual in character; strange:
(Archaic) Existing apart from others; separate; individual
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  1. (Archaic) Existing apart from others; separate; individual
  2. Strange or unusual:
  3. Peculiar; strange; odd
Particular; unique; special
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  1. Particular; unique; special
  2. Belonging distinctively or primarily to one person, group, or kind; special or unique:
  3. Out of the ordinary; queer; odd; strange
Very strange or unusual, especially in a striking or shocking way.
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  1. Very strange or unusual, especially in a striking or shocking way.
  2. Marked by extreme contrasts and incongruities of color, design, or style
  3. Very odd in manner, appearance, etc.; grotesque
Of or about ghosts, evil spirits, or other supernatural things; unearthly, mysterious, eerie, etc.
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  1. Of or about ghosts, evil spirits, or other supernatural things; unearthly, mysterious, eerie, etc.
  2. Strikingly odd, strange, etc.; fantastic; bizarre
  3. Strikingly odd or unusual, especially in an unsettling way; strange:
(Geol.) Designating a boulder or rock formation transported some distance from its original source, as by a glacier
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  1. (Geol.) Designating a boulder or rock formation transported some distance from its original source, as by a glacier
  2. Deviating from the customary course in conduct or opinion; eccentric:
  3. Having no fixed or regular course; wandering:
Capable of eliciting wonder; astonishing:
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  1. Capable of eliciting wonder; astonishing:
  2. Admirable or very good; excellent or splendid:
  3. That causes wonder; marvelous; amazing
Being funny, whimsically amusing.
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  1. Being funny, whimsically amusing.
  2. Causing amusement; humorous; funny; droll
  3. (Archaic) Originally, relating to comedy.
Conducted or involved with other nations or governments; not domestic:
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  1. Conducted or involved with other nations or governments; not domestic:
  2. Situated in an abnormal or improper place in the body and typically introduced from outside:
  3. Not natural; alien:
Told of or celebrated in fables or legends.
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  1. Told of or celebrated in fables or legends.
  2. Of or like a fable; imaginary, fictitious, or legendary
  3. Extremely pleasing or successful:
(Biology) Characterized by severe, usually oxygen-poor environmental conditions.
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  1. (Biology) Characterized by severe, usually oxygen-poor environmental conditions.
  2. Being in or attaining the greatest or highest degree; very intense:
  3. Participating or tending to participate in a very dangerous or difficult sport:
So absurd or incongruous as to be laughable.
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  1. So absurd or incongruous as to be laughable.
  2. So absurd, ridiculous, or exaggerated as to cause or merit laughter
Deserving ridicule
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  1. Deserving ridicule
  2. Deserving or inspiring ridicule; absurd, preposterous, or silly.
(Obs.) With the first last and the last first; inverted
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  1. (Obs.) With the first last and the last first; inverted
  2. So contrary to nature, reason, or common sense as to be laughable; absurd; ridiculous
Not plausible; not credible
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  1. Not plausible; not credible
  2. Not plausible; unlikely; dubious.
  3. Difficult to believe; not plausible.
Not real, actual, or genuine; imaginary, fanciful, insubstantial, false, etc.
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  1. Not real, actual, or genuine; imaginary, fanciful, insubstantial, false, etc.
  2. (Slang) So remarkable as to elicit disbelief; fantastic.
  3. (Slang) larger or more fantastic than typical of real life.
Characterized by distortions or striking incongruities in appearance, shape, or manner; fantastic; bizarre
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  1. Characterized by distortions or striking incongruities in appearance, shape, or manner; fantastic; bizarre
  2. In or of a style of painting, sculpture, etc. in which forms of persons and animals are intermingled as with foliage, flowers, or fruits in a fantastic or bizarre design
  3. Ludicrously eccentric or strange; ridiculous; absurd
Absurd; impossible
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  1. Absurd; impossible
  2. Highly improbable or illusory:
  3. Imaginary; fantastic; unreal
Not having the same center, as two circles one inside the other
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  1. Not having the same center, as two circles one inside the other
  2. Departing from a recognized, conventional, or established norm or pattern.
  3. Deviating from the norm, as in conduct; odd; unconventional
Impossible to take seriously; silly:
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  1. Impossible to take seriously; silly:
  2. Extremely unreasonable, incongruous, or inappropriate:
  3. Of, relating to, or manifesting the view that there is no order or meaning in human life or in the universe.
Not clearly, precisely, or definitely expressed or stated
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  1. Not clearly, precisely, or definitely expressed or stated
  2. Not sharp, certain, or precise in thought, feeling, or expression
  3. Lacking definite shape, form, or character; indistinct:
Illusory.
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  1. Illusory.
  2. Illusory; unreal
  3. Subject to or pertaining to an illusion, often used in the sense of an unrealistic expectation or an unreachable goal or outcome.
Having existence only in the imagination; unreal.
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  1. Having existence only in the imagination; unreal.
  2. (Math.) Designating or of the square root of a negative quantity, or of a complex number that is not real
  3. Existing only in the imagination; fanciful; unreal
Of or characterized by hallucination.
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  1. Of or characterized by hallucination.
  2. Producing hallucination
  3. Partaking of, or tending to produce, hallucination
Characterized by or pertaining to rapid changes in light intensity and colour.
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  1. Characterized by or pertaining to rapid changes in light intensity and colour.
  2. Characterized by or pertaining to a dream-like blurring of real and imaginary elements.
Assumed for effect; artificial
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  1. Assumed for effect; artificial
  2. Behaving in an artificial way to impress people; full of affectation
  3. Assumed or simulated to impress others:
Artificial, stylized, or affected
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  1. Artificial, stylized, or affected
  2. Artificial or affected:
  3. Having or showing a certain manner:
(Biol.) Designating or of a system of classification based on only a few characteristics, as color
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  1. (Biol.) Designating or of a system of classification based on only a few characteristics, as color
  2. Not arising from natural or necessary causes; contrived or arbitrary:
  3. Made by humans, especially in imitation of something natural:
Extravagant, complex, or bizarre, especially in ornamentation:
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  1. Extravagant, complex, or bizarre, especially in ornamentation:
  2. (Music) Of, relating to, or characteristic of a style of composition that flourished in Europe from about 1600 to 1750, marked by expressive dissonance and elaborate ornamentation.
  3. Of, characteristic of, or like a style of art and architecture characterized by much ornamentation and curved rather than straight lines
Extremely unconventional:
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  1. Extremely unconventional:
  2. (Informal) Very advanced, experimental, or nonconformist; esp., avant-garde
Astonishing, extraordinary, or extreme:
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  1. Astonishing, extraordinary, or extreme:
  2. (Informal) Wonderful, impressive, extraordinary, etc.
  3. Not credible; unbelievable
Beyond belief; astounding; incredible
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  1. Beyond belief; astounding; incredible
  2. Implausible or improbable.
  3. Not to be believed; incredible:
(Sciences) Perceptible by the senses through immediate experience.
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  1. (Sciences) Perceptible by the senses through immediate experience.
  2. Extraordinary; outstanding:
  3. Extremely unusual; extraordinary; highly remarkable
Full of fancy; indulging in fancies; imaginative in a playful way; whimsical
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  1. Full of fancy; indulging in fancies; imaginative in a playful way; whimsical
  2. Showing fancy in construction or design; quaint; odd
  3. Imaginative or fantastic; unreal or imagined
Of superior grade; fine:
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  1. Of superior grade; fine:
  2. Complex or intricate:
  3. Highly decorated:
Having, using, or showing imagination; having great creative powers
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  1. Having, using, or showing imagination; having great creative powers
  2. Tending to indulge in the fanciful or in make-believe.
  3. Having a lively imagination, especially a creative imagination.
(Archaic) Fanciful; freakish
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  1. (Archaic) Fanciful; freakish
  2. Subject to sudden change; unpredictable
  3. Playful or fanciful, especially in a humorous way:
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  1. Like a chimera.
  2. Relating to a monoclonal antibody produced from the cells of an organism, usually a mouse, in which the constant region has been replaced with a human sequence of amino acids. This is done in the laboratory by replacing part of the DNA sequence in the nonhuman cells of an organism with a sequence of human DNA.
  3. Imaginary, fanciful.
Highly improbable or illusory:
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  1. Highly improbable or illusory:
  2. Indulging in unrealistic fancies; visionary
  3. Imaginary; fantastic; unreal
Of or relating to conceptualism.
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  1. Of or relating to conceptualism.
  2. Of or relating to concepts or mental conception:
  3. Of or having to do with a concept or concepts
  1. Imaginative or fantastic; unreal or imagined
  2. Created in the fancy; imaginary or unreal:
  3. Created in the fancy; imaginary; not real
(Math.) Designating or of the square root of a negative quantity, or of a complex number that is not real
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  1. (Math.) Designating or of the square root of a negative quantity, or of a complex number that is not real
  2. Existing only in the imagination; fanciful; unreal
  3. Having existence only in the imagination; unreal.
(Gram.) Having full lexical, as distinguished from relational, meaning
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  1. (Gram.) Having full lexical, as distinguished from relational, meaning
  2. (Linguistics) Understood in terms of semantic content rather than grammatical structure. The word did is notional in We did the work and relational in We did not agree.
  3. Of, expressing, or consisting of notions, or concepts
Tending to envision things in perfect but unrealistic form; idealistic.
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  1. Tending to envision things in perfect but unrealistic form; idealistic.
  2. Existing in imagination only; imaginary.
  3. Imaginary or illusory
Characterized by, arising from, or subject to caprice; impulsive or unpredictable:
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  1. Characterized by, arising from, or subject to caprice; impulsive or unpredictable:
  2. Characterized by or resulting from caprice, inconsistency in feeling or purpose, a whim, or an unpredictable or impulsive behavior. See also arbitrary.
  3. Subject to caprices; tending to change abruptly and without apparent reason; erratic; flighty
Capable of being changed.
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  1. Capable of being changed.
  2. Subject to sudden or frequent changes.
  3. That can change or be changed; likely or tending to change; variable; alterable; fickle
(Geol.) Designating a boulder or rock formation transported some distance from its original source, as by a glacier
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  1. (Geol.) Designating a boulder or rock formation transported some distance from its original source, as by a glacier
  2. Lacking consistency, regularity, or uniformity:
  3. Having no fixed course or purpose; irregular; random; wandering
Changeable or unstable in affection, interest, loyalty, etc.; capricious
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  1. Changeable or unstable in affection, interest, loyalty, etc.; capricious
  2. Characterized by erratic changeableness or instability, especially with regard to affections or attachments; capricious.
  3. Quick to change one’s opinion or allegiance; insincere; not loyal or reliable.
Displaying or marked by a lack of consistency, especially:
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  1. Displaying or marked by a lack of consistency, especially:
  2. Not always holding to the same principles or practice; changeable
  3. Lacking in correct logical relation; contradictory:
Not constant; changeable
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  1. Not constant; changeable
  2. Changing or varying, especially often and without discernible pattern or reason.
  3. Not uniform in nature, value, etc.; irregular; variable
Having qualities suggestive of mercury; quick, quick-witted, volatile, changeable, fickle, etc.
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  1. Having qualities suggestive of mercury; quick, quick-witted, volatile, changeable, fickle, etc.
  2. Having qualities attributed to the god Mercury or supposedly influenced by the planet Mercury; eloquent, clever, shrewd, thievish, etc.
  3. Caused by the action or use of mercury
Likely to perform unpredictably; undependable:
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  1. Likely to perform unpredictably; undependable:
  2. Having an excitable temperament; easily upset
  3. Relating to or caused by temperament:
Very sensitive or easily upset; touchy
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  1. Very sensitive or easily upset; touchy
  2. Needing careful handling; precarious; delicate
  3. Requiring skillful or tactful handling; delicate:
  1. Not known for certain; questionable.
  2. Not definite or determined; vague
  3. Subject to change; variable:
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  1. Unable to be predicted.
  2. Difficult to foretell or foresee:
Not fixed, firm, or steady; easily upset or unbalanced
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  1. Not fixed, firm, or steady; easily upset or unbalanced
  2. Showing or marked by erratic or volatile emotions or behavior.
  3. Changeable; variable; fluctuating
Erratic in habits, purpose, or behavior
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  1. Erratic in habits, purpose, or behavior
  2. Not firm or stable; shaky
  3. Not even or regular; wavering:
Designating or involving an interest rate, as on a mortgage loan, that varies over time according to some predetermined formula
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  1. Designating or involving an interest rate, as on a mortgage loan, that varies over time according to some predetermined formula
  2. A factor or condition that is subject to change, especially one that is allowed to change in a scientific experiment to test a hypothesis.
  3. Likely to change or vary; subject to variation; changeable.
(Computers) Of or relating to memory whose data is erased when the memory's power is interrupted.
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  1. (Computers) Of or relating to memory whose data is erased when the memory's power is interrupted.
  2. Tending to vary often or widely, as in price:
  3. Changing easily from liquid to vapor at normal temperatures and pressures. Essential oils used in perfumes are highly volatile.
Full of or characterized by whimsy; quaintly, playfully, or gently humorous
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  1. Full of or characterized by whimsy; quaintly, playfully, or gently humorous
  2. Subject to sudden change; unpredictable
  3. Given to whimsy; capricious; odd; peculiar; playful; light-hearted or amusing.
Causing wonder and amazement; possessing uniquely wonderful qualities.
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Causing astonishment in; causing to be astonished.
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Extremely pleasing or successful:
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  1. Extremely pleasing or successful:
  2. Barely credible; astonishing:
  3. (Informal) Very good; wonderful
Astonishing, extraordinary, or extreme:
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  1. Astonishing, extraordinary, or extreme:
  2. Seeming too unusual or improbable to be possible
  3. (Informal) Wonderful, impressive, extraordinary, etc.
Causing wonder; surprising, astonishing, or extraordinary
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  1. Causing wonder; surprising, astonishing, or extraordinary
  2. Very good; fine; splendid
  3. Of the highest or best kind or quality; first-rate:
Able to work miracles.
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  1. Able to work miracles.
  2. So astounding as to suggest a miracle; phenomenal:
  3. Like a miracle; wonderful; marvelous
Extraordinary; outstanding:
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  1. Extraordinary; outstanding:
  2. (Sciences) Perceptible by the senses through immediate experience.
  3. (Colloquial) Very remarkable; highly extraordinary; amazing.
Extraordinary; marvelous:
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  1. Extraordinary; marvelous:
  2. Of great size, power, extent, etc.; enormous; huge
  3. Wonderful; amazing
Extremely large in amount, extent, or size; enormous:
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  1. Extremely large in amount, extent, or size; enormous:
  2. Remarkable; outstanding:
  3. Astonishingly great or large
  1. Implausible or improbable.
  2. Incredible; so surprising it is almost unable to believe.
  3. Not to be believed; incredible:
That causes wonder; marvelous; amazing
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  1. That causes wonder; marvelous; amazing
  2. Admirable or very good; excellent or splendid:
  3. Very good, excellent, fine, etc.
Remarkable or extraordinary; wonderful.
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  1. Remarkable or extraordinary; wonderful.
  2. Wonderful
Ludicrously odd; bizarre.
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  1. Ludicrously odd; bizarre.
  2. (Archaic) Fantastic and queer; grotesque
Marked by extreme contrasts and incongruities of color, design, or style
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  1. Marked by extreme contrasts and incongruities of color, design, or style
  2. Very strange or unusual, especially in a striking or shocking way.
  3. Very odd in manner, appearance, etc.; grotesque
Alternative spelling of far-fetched.
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  1. Alternative spelling of far-fetched.
  2. That is barely believable based on logical or normal thinking
  3. Not readily believable because of improbable elements therein:
In or of a style of painting, sculpture, etc. in which forms of persons and animals are intermingled as with foliage, flowers, or fruits in a fantastic or bizarre design
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  1. In or of a style of painting, sculpture, etc. in which forms of persons and animals are intermingled as with foliage, flowers, or fruits in a fantastic or bizarre design
  2. Characterized by distortions or striking incongruities in appearance, shape, or manner; fantastic; bizarre
  3. Ludicrously eccentric or strange; ridiculous; absurd
  1. Imaginative or fantastic; unreal or imagined
  2. Created in the fancy; imaginary; not real
  3. Created in the fancy; imaginary or unreal:
Concocted or fabricated, especially in order to deceive or mislead; make up:
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  1. Concocted or fabricated, especially in order to deceive or mislead; make up:
  2. Assumed for disguise or deception
  3. Of or relating to the characters, settings, or plots that are created for a work of fiction:
Relating to or being a kinshiplike relationship among people who are not related by heredity, marriage, or adoption, often involving the use of kinship terms.
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  1. Relating to or being a kinshiplike relationship among people who are not related by heredity, marriage, or adoption, often involving the use of kinship terms.
  2. Of, relating to, or created by imaginative invention.
  3. Fictional, unreal, fanciful or invented
Complete; finished:
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  1. Complete; finished:
  2. With cosmetics applied
  3. Changed or adorned by the application of cosmetics or makeup:
Of or like God or a god
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  1. Of or like God or a god
  2. (Informal) Very pleasing, attractive, etc.
  3. Supremely great, good, etc.
Hard to believe; incredible; astounding
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  1. Hard to believe; incredible; astounding
  2. Extremely pleasing or successful:
  3. (Informal) Very good; wonderful
Having or deserving glory; famous.
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  1. Having or deserving glory; famous.
  2. (Informal) Very delightful or enjoyable
  3. Characterized by great beauty and splendor; magnificent:
Causing wonder; surprising, astonishing, or extraordinary
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  1. Causing wonder; surprising, astonishing, or extraordinary
  2. Very good; fine; splendid
  3. Of the highest or best kind or quality; first-rate:
Arousing or intended to arouse strong curiosity, interest, or reaction, especially by exaggerated or lurid details:
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  1. Arousing or intended to arouse strong curiosity, interest, or reaction, especially by exaggerated or lurid details:
  2. (Informal) Exceptionally good, fine, etc.
  3. Exceptionally great.
Brilliant with light or color; radiant:
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  1. Brilliant with light or color; radiant:
  2. Imposing by reason of showiness or grandeur; magnificent:
  3. Very good; excellent; fine
Majestic or magnificent:
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  1. Majestic or magnificent:
  2. Of unusually high quality; excellent:
  3. Extremely fine; excellent
(Informal) Unusually fine, admirable, enjoyable, etc.
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  1. (Informal) Unusually fine, admirable, enjoyable, etc.
  2. Very good or fine; splendid:
  3. Causing terror or great fear; terrifying:
That causes wonder; marvelous; amazing
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  1. That causes wonder; marvelous; amazing
  2. Admirable or very good; excellent or splendid:
  3. Very good, excellent, fine, etc.
(Rare) Of or for a dandy; foppish
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  1. (Rare) Of or for a dandy; foppish
  2. Suggestive of or attired like a dandy; foppish.
  3. Fine; good.
Filled with dreams
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  1. Filled with dreams
  2. Like something in a dream; not sharply defined; misty, vague, etc.
  3. (Informal) Inspiring delight; wonderful.
Being one generation removed from the relative specified. Often used in combination:
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  1. Being one generation removed from the relative specified. Often used in combination:
  2. (Informal) Very good; first-rate:
  3. Remarkable or outstanding in magnitude, degree, or extent:
(Chiefly Brit., Slang, former) Excellent; fine; splendid
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  1. (Chiefly Brit., Slang, former) Excellent; fine; splendid
  2. Excellent; marvelous:
  3. (Dated, slang) Excellent.
(Informal) Outstanding; exceptionally fine
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  1. (Informal) Outstanding; exceptionally fine
  2. Excellent; first-rate:
  3. Great, extreme, or excessive
Fashionably elegant; stylish.
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  1. Fashionably elegant; stylish.
  2. Excellent; wonderful:
  3. (Slang) First-rate; excellent
(Archaic) Capable of making one tremble; terrible.
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  1. (Archaic) Capable of making one tremble; terrible.
  2. Wonderful, amazing, extraordinary, etc.
  3. Very large; great; enormous
(Slang) Entire; full:
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  1. (Slang) Entire; full:
  2. Excellent; first-rate:
  3. (Slang) Very good, pleasing, etc.; excellent
(Dated, slang) Cool, neat, interesting, fashionable. [popular in the 1940s and again in the 1960s]
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  1. (Dated, slang) Cool, neat, interesting, fashionable. [popular in the 1940s and again in the 1960s]
  2. (Slang) Very pleasing or attractive
  3. Very pleasing; wonderful.
Currently very popular or successful:
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  1. Currently very popular or successful:
  2. (Slang) Very good or impressive. Often used in the negative:
  3. (Slang) Performing with great skill and daring:
Having a sharp edge or point; that can cut well
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  1. Having a sharp edge or point; that can cut well
  2. (Slang) Good, fine, etc.
  3. (Slang) Great; splendid; fine:
Without anything superfluous; simple
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  1. Without anything superfluous; simple
  2. Marked by ingenuity and skill; adroit:
  3. Clean and in good order; trim; tidy
(Informal) Attractive, smart, stylish, enjoyable, etc.
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  1. (Informal) Attractive, smart, stylish, enjoyable, etc.
  2. Good; a general term for anything that is good, useful or beneficial.
  3. First-rate; great:

Synonym Study

  • Grotesque suggests a ludicrously unnatural distortion of the normal or real, or a fantastic combination of elements the grotesque grimaces of the comedian
  • Bizarre suggests that which is extraordinarily eccentric or strange because of startling incongruities, extreme contrasts, etc. music with a bizarre atonality
  • Fantastic implies a lack of restraint in imagination, suggesting that which is extravagantly fanciful or unreal in design, conception, construction, etc. fantastic notions
Find another word for fantastic. In this page you can discover 142 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for fantastic, like: exotic, whimsical, outlandish, extravagant, fanciful, high-flown, unreal, capricious, freakish, strange and odd.