Super marvelous

marvelous

[mahr-vuh-luhs]
adjective
1.
superb; excellent; great: a marvelous show.
2.
such as to cause wonder, admiration, or astonishment; surprising; extraordinary.
3.
improbable or incredible: the marvelous events of Greek myth.
Also, especially British, marvellous.


Origin:
1300–50; Middle English merve(il)lous < Middle French merveilleus. See marvel, -ous

marvelously, adverb
marvellousness, noun
supermarvelous, adjective
supermarvelously, adverb
supermarvelousness, noun
unmarvellous, adjective
unmarvellously, adverb
unmarvellousness, noun
unmarvelous, adjective
unmarvelously, adverb
unmarvelousness, noun


1. wonderful. 2. wondrous, amazing, miraculous. 3. unbelievable.


1. terrible. 2. commonplace.
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marvelous
c.1300, from O.Fr. merveillos, from merveille (see marvel). Weakened sense of "splendid, very nice" is from 1924.
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