She would get up at five in the morning to begin her reading so that she was phenomenally well prepared.
Given that modern animals are a phenomenally diverse group that evolved relatively quickly, why were they so slow to get going?
I don't know how to put it except it was phenomenally exciting.
“Paul Ryan has been phenomenally helpful,” said a senior staffer close to the negotiations of the House group.
That is a phenomenally impressive list, with nary a McG nor Michael Bay nor Zack Snyder to be found.
He had been phenomenally successful, but he had not been happy.
This ratio is phenomenally large, and should not be taken as a guide by amateurs.
By its aid we find masses of radiant matter previously unknown, and predict events long before they are phenomenally apparent.
He is so bright and intelligent, as a rule, that you wonder why he is so phenomenally vulgar.
Now, no wise theist ever asserted that God was phenomenally known.
[Phenomenal] is a metaphysical term with a use of its own. To divert it from this proper use to a job for which it is not needed, by making it do duty for remarkable, extraordinary, or prodigious, is a sin against the English language. [Fowler]Related: Phenomenally.