The Huffington Post has already been growing at a prodigious rate.
Yet it is no exaggeration to say this lanky Texan with prodigious talent fired a huge salvo in the thawing of the Cold War.
Her power has flowed from an unusually adept organizational ability combined with prodigious fundraising for her members.
In Super, there are a few delicately written sex scenes the prodigious author feels no compunction about writing.
He fancies an American actor named Barrymore, but Barrymore, a prodigious drunk, soon storms back to Los Angeles.
Their adventures during that prodigious night are not to be described.
He was low and thick set, with a neck like a bull, and a frame of prodigious strength.
His name was Arrogante, and he was an animal of prodigious power.
With this new residence came a prodigious change in our way of life.
But where was the populace, amid all this prodigious wealth?
1550s, "ominous," from Middle French prodigieux and directly from Latin prodigiosus "strange, wonderful, marvelous, unnatural," from prodigium (see prodigy). Meaning "vast, enormous" is from c.1600. Related: Prodigiously; prodigiosity.