Pronunciation of Fabulous
/f_ˈa_b_j_ʊ_l_ə_s/, /fˈabjʊləs/, /fˈabjʊləs/
Antonyms for fabulous:
existing, confirmed, enervating, credible, regular, palpable, solid, expected, historical, common, corporeal, verified, simple, dispiriting, physical, awful, unexceptional, substantiated, bona fide, demoralizing, debilitating, real world, enfeebling, accepted, existent, poor, unimpressive, accredited, unremarkable, mundane, wearing, bad, believable, realistic, authenticated, usual, pathetic, discouraging, uninspired, proven, disheartening, uninspiring, atrocious, displeasing, established, draining, unamazing, terrible, tangible, inferior, plain, ordinary, low-grade, validated, verifiable, material, convincing, Jading, rotten, customary, exhausting, vile, real life, execrable, typical, plausible, attested, normal.
Usage examples for fabulous:
- A disposition to mocking humour, foreign to her nature, gave her the notion of being off her feet, in the claws of a fabulous bird. - "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith", George Meredith.
- I wish also that Lord Byron should see it; he gave no credit to the tale, but it is as well that he should see how entirely fabulous it is. - "The Life and Letters of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, Volume I (of 2)", Florence A. Thomas Marshall.
- It is a fabulous river of gold where the precious metal is washed up without stint for all to take, to take as much as he can carry. - "Confessions of a Young Man", George Moore.