More like fantastically well paying, brutal hours, and comparatively short.
On Travolta, a truly embarrassing business in the front/party in the back mullet, and on her fantastically big '80s hair.
On Sleepy Hollow, it was convincingly, if fantastically, rendered.
In Revolution, Brand bemoans our “uninformed populace,” while repeatedly proving his point with fantastically wrong information.
At worst, he was torn apart in a well-circulated Internet parody and on a fantastically outrageous South Park episode.
It consisted of a tight pantaloon, fantastically party-coloured, and a device distinguishing it from similar clubs.
His appearance did not impress me as fantastically as it had impressed Colonel McClure.
In company with my learned and philosophical but fantastically created guardian and monitor, I moved on.
A young girl, fantastically dressed, emerged from the throng.
She would lighten solitary confinement by fantastically decorating the chairs and tables.
late 14c., "existing only in imagination," from Middle French fantastique (14c.), from Medieval Latin fantasticus, from Late Latin phantasticus "imaginary," from Greek phantastikos "able to imagine," from phantazein "make visible" (middle voice phantazesthai "picture to oneself"); see phantasm. Trivial sense of "wonderful, marvelous" recorded by 1938.