fantabulous
adjective Etymology: blend of fantastic and fabulous Date: 1957 slang marvelously good <
had a fantabulous time
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New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • fantabulous — 1959, creative merger of FANTASTIC (Cf. fantastic) and FABULOUS (Cf. fabulous) …   Etymology dictionary

  • fantabulous — ☆ fantabulous [fan tab′yo͞o ləs, fan tab′yələs ] adj. [ FANT(ASTIC) + (F)ABULOUS] Slang remarkably good …   English World dictionary

  • fantabulous — I adj Fantastic, fabulous. Billy did a fantabulous job on his science project. 1950s II adj Fantastic, fabulous. Gigi always throws fantabulous bashes. 1950s …   Historical dictionary of American slang

  • Fantabulous! — exclam. Great! (A blend of fantastic and fabulous.) □ You’re here at last. Fantabulous! □ Fantabulous! It’s finished …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • fantabulous — to exclaim when something is very good/wonderful/pleasurable what a fantabulous pizza that was …   Dictionary of american slang

  • fantabulous — to exclaim when something is very good/wonderful/pleasurable what a fantabulous pizza that was …   Dictionary of american slang

  • fantabulous — /fan tab yeuh leuhs/, adj. Slang. extremely fine or desirable; excellent; wonderful. [1955 60; b. FANTASTIC and FABULOUS] * * * …   Universalium

  • fantabulous — adjective Fantastic, fabulous, excellent …   Wiktionary

  • Fantabulous — marvellous; wonderful (blend of fantastic + fabulous ) …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • fantabulous — Australian Slang marvellous; wonderful (blend of fantastic + fabulous ) …   English dialects glossary

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