They called me and asked me to work for a week in Berlin, where all these fabulous people are jumping genders and periods.
Bernie is a fabulous writer I have long admired, a model McGill alumnus, and a new friend.
This is an effortless show-stopper and the leftovers make for fabulous sandwiches, too.
When Clooney bought his fabulous 18th-century Villa Oleandra here in 2001, it was part of the Heinz ketchup family estate.
Never mind the ratings slide; focus instead on the fabulous journalism.
Zan explained that Mr. Hamilton had thorough-bred dogs that he showed at exhibitions or sold for fabulous prices to dog-fanciers.
It is the same with the fabulous travels of Jean de Mandeville.
From the threaded ruddy ore of her hair rose a perfume like the fabulous myrrhs of Olympus.
For an account of all these fabulous islands see Winsor, Narr.
Some people didn't go without clothes so readily; they were forever making use of that fabulous thing—credit!
early 15c., "mythical, legendary," from Latin fabulosus "celebrated in fable; rich in myths," from fabula (see fable (n.)).
Sense of "incredible" first recorded c.1600. Slang shortening fab first recorded 1957; popularized in reference to The Beatles, c.1963.
Fabulous (often contracted to fab(s)) and fantastic are also in that long list of words which boys and girls use for a time to express high commendation and then get tired of, such as, to go no farther back than the present century, topping, spiffing, ripping, wizard, super, posh, smashing. [Gower's 1965 revision of Fowler's "Modern English Usage"]Related: Fabulously.