“We have to be phenomenal,” Jackson says slowly, barely understandable.
Food Destination Nothing pairs better with the breathtaking lands of the Mediterranean than the phenomenal dining scene.
Migrant workers deserve a big chunk of the credit for China's phenomenal post-Mao economic boom.
Popes John XXIII, John Paul II, and Benedict XVI were phenomenal friends of the world Jewish community and Israel.
Ferrell: My former cellmate, Jerzy Mitchell, was phenomenal.
Human knowledge extends to the phenomenal world, which is seen under the a priori forms of the understanding.
There was nothing of phenomenal character, nothing of the genius, revealed in what he did.
In brief, by the close of the year, the phenomenal conditions growing directly out of the European war had been met and overcome.
Furneaux did jeer, but it was at his colleague's phenomenal luck.
It broadens or narrows according as the phenomenal appearance approaches or recedes from the ideal.
[Phenomenal] is a metaphysical term with a use of its own. To divert it from this proper use to a job for which it is not needed, by making it do duty for remarkable, extraordinary, or prodigious, is a sin against the English language. [Fowler]Related: Phenomenally.