What is another word for phenomenal?

Pronunciation: [fɪnˈɒmɪnə͡l] (IPA)

Phenomenal is an adjective that has several synonyms to describe something that is remarkable or exceptional. Some of the best synonyms of phenomenal are outstanding, remarkable, extraordinary, magnificent, and impressive. Another great synonym for phenomenal is astounding, which indicates that something is beyond belief. Other synonyms that can be used to replace phenomenal include excellent, marvelous, splendid, and unparalleled. Phenomenal can also be replaced with remarkable, which is usually used to describe something that is surprising or unexpected. Whether it's describing a person, an idea, or a situation, these synonyms for phenomenal can help you convey the right meaning and emotion in your writing.

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What are the hypernyms for Phenomenal?

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What are the opposite words for phenomenal?

Phenomenal is an adjective that describes something that is extraordinary, remarkable, or outstanding. Antonyms for the term phenomenal include mundane, ordinary, average, mediocre, unremarkable, and unexceptional. These words describe something that is not out of the ordinary, exceptional or remarkable. The opposite of phenomenal is anything that is average or regular. It is worth noting that using antonym of phenomenal may not indicate something negative, as it might just be regular or ordinary in the context. Therefore, the use of antonyms depends on the context in which it is being used.

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Usage examples for Phenomenal

Those who drew the maps declared that a crash was soon to come, when the capitalists who did not know their own interests would trample upon each other in their haste to get away; but those who bought Ben's City property, no difference at what price, soon sold out again at an advance; and the prosperity of the place was quite phenomenal.
"The Mystery of the Locks"
Edgar Watson Howe
You and I are not phenomenal people in any respect, but we are man and wife in the fullest sense of the term; and others might enjoy the peace we enjoy were they equally fortunate in their love affairs.
"The Mystery of the Locks"
Edgar Watson Howe
The impression carried away from St. Ives is of light and freshness and space, and of width of sand that would attract attention anywhere, but which here in Cornwall is phenomenal; and of enough modern comfort and cleanliness to make things very pleasant though within reach lies the old kernel of the town in piquant contrast.
"Cornwall"
G. E. Mitton

Famous quotes with Phenomenal

  • We've gotta give Richard Williams a lot of credit - to give us two number one champions is a phenomenal feat.
    Tracy Austin
  • The amount of things I have been through and the remarkable ways in which the body has reacted is just phenomenal. No wonder I became religious, because you don't know why something's happening to you and you don't know how you bounced back.
    Amitabh Bachchan
  • The U.S. military has done a phenomenal job of creating these facilities almost over-night and dealing with these sworn enemies of America with more respect and dignity than they ever would have considered according our officers had they captured any.
    Charles Foster Bass
  • There are certain people who have become better artists, but they're brilliant at marketing. I think someone who's been phenomenal like that is Madonna.
    Michael Bolton
  • Nevertheless, the number of farmers, small as well as large, who are adopting the new seeds and new technology is increasing very rapidly, and the increase in numbers during the past three years has been phenomenal.
    Norman Borlaug

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