The Daily Telegraph's Lisa Armstrong called the show a "stupendously vacuous enterprise."
Miss Nickall had had luck, but Audrey had to admit that these American girls were stupendously equal to an emergency.
Shepler, whom he had known so long and so intimately, with never the audacious thought of a union so stupendously glorious!
How stupendously wrong a Power which could count, and into a European War!
We were rudely awakened from our dreams by a sound which Lieutenant Whidbey would have called "most stupendously dreadful."
The brat stopped to breathe for a moment and a faintly human expression came over the stupendously smug little face.
It was not a French uniform that he wore, but Mexican Imperial, and stupendously ornate.
Never until now had the solitudes seemed so vast, so utterly, stupendously big.
The music was twenty-nine violins, vested l'antique, but the habits of the masquers were stupendously rich and glorious.
So much for enjoying the prestige of a stupendously successful criminal past!