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1. phenomenal

adjective. ['fəˈnɑːmənəl'] exceedingly or unbelievably great.

Antonyms

  • comparable

Etymology

  • -al (English)
  • phenomenon (English)
  • phaenomenon (Latin)

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Words that Rhyme with Phenomenal

  • abdominal
  • nominal

How do you pronounce phenomenal?

Pronounce phenomenal as fəˈnɑmənəl.

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How do you spell phenomenal? Is it phenominal ?

A common misspelling of phenomenal is phenominal

Example sentences of the word phenomenal


1. Verb, base form
Homeowners can combine plantings with attractive landscape features to transform any yard from ordinary to phenomenal.

2. Adjective
The bluetick coonhound is an extraordinary dog with a big engine and a phenomenal sense of smell.

Quotes containing the word phenomenal


1. What we did ten years ago with the Playstation was a phenomenal success story for the company. That product had a ten year life cycle, which has never been done in this industry.
- Ian Jackson

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