out of this world
phrasal of extraordinary excellence ; superb

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  • out of this world — {adj. phr.}, {slang} Wonderfully good or satisfying; terrific; super. * /The dress in the store window was out of this world!/ * /Mother was on TV last night. Isn t that out of this world?/ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • out of this world — {adj. phr.}, {slang} Wonderfully good or satisfying; terrific; super. * /The dress in the store window was out of this world!/ * /Mother was on TV last night. Isn t that out of this world?/ …   Dictionary of American idioms

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