/ (fænˈtæstɪkəlɪ) /

  1. in a fantastic manner

  2. informal (intensifier): it's fantastically cheap

Words Nearby fantastically

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How to use fantastically in a sentence

  • The letter, fantastically expressed as it was, conveyed the true condition of the hour.

  • “You would sap the very source of human happiness and enterprise,” Professor Fortescue asserted, fantastically.

  • The furnishings are many hued, the cushions a flare of color, and the pictures fantastically futuristic.

  • It was a singular scene presented by the four men standing round the fire, whose flame fantastically lit up their faces.

    The Border Rifles | Gustave Aimard
  • Nowhere perhaps has the great water erosion of bygone aeons wrought more grotesquely and fantastically than in the Moqui basin.

    Overland | John William De Forest