1 fanciful, strange, weird, peculiar, odd, eccentric, queer, bizarre, quaint, outlandish, exotic, extravagant, grotesque, nightmarish, alien, remarkable:
She wore the most fantastic costume to the fancy-dress ball.
2 imaginary, illusory, illusive, unreal, visionary, fanciful, unrealistic, imagined, irrational:
His books are inhabited by fantastic creatures.
3 unbelievable, incredible, preposterous, extraordinary, implausible, absurd, unlikely:
At 85, he made the fantastic decision to enter the marathon.
4 marvellous, spectacular, splendid, wonderful, tremendous, overwhelming, Colloq great, fabulous, terrific:
The Picasso exhibition is simply fantastic.
1 very good
be, feel, look, smell, sound, taste
I felt fantastic after my swim. This cake tastes fantastic.
We had a really fantastic holiday.
| absolutely, just, quite
The sense of freedom was absolutely fantastic.
be, look, sound
It may sound rather fantastic, but it's the truth.
The plot gets increasingly fantastic as the film goes on.
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