Tuesday, 7 February 2012

Here is a list of words meaning "great". Got any others?




Here is a list of words meaning "great".
A1
Ace
Award-winning
Awesome
Ballistic
Bees Knees
Bitchin’
Bodacious
Bonzer
Booming
Boss
Bostin'
Brilliant (Brill, Bril, Brillo)
Classic
Colossal
Cool (Cool Beans, Cool Banana, Coolamundo etc)
Cosmic
Crucial
Dandy
Dynamite
Ecstatic
Epic
Excellent
Extravagant
Fabulous
Fab
Fandabbydozy (or Fandabbiedozie)
Fantastic
Far Out
Formidable
Formidable (in a French accent)
Gorgeous
Grande (in a Spanish accent)
Gravy
Great
Groovy
Huge
Incredible
Invincible
Jazzed
Jolly good
Juiced
Killer
Magic
Marvellous
Mint
Monumental
Neat
Nice
Outrageous
Perfect
Phenomenal
Priceless
Rad
Safe
Skill
Smashing
Soaring
Solid
Sorted
Sound
Spectacular
Spiffing
Splendid
Station
Stoked
Stunning
Stupendous
Sublime
Superlative
Super
Sweet
Terrific
Tremendous
Tidy
Turbo-charged
Unstoppable
Wicked
Wonderful
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13 comments:

  1. @cameralabs suggested SWEET

    @itsaleezaa suggested GRANDE (the spanish one)

    @lisamj_33 suggested FABULOUS

    Got any more?!

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  2. ACE, BRILL, FAB, HUGE, MARVELLOUS, SOLID, SPECTACULAR...

    - @Notorious_QRG

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  3. @EvanSmith2 suggested SUPER, TERRIFIC

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  4. epic, extravagant, bee's knees

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    1. Thanks Anon!

      Love all of these - esp. Bees Knees!

      (which you'd think would be the opposite of "immense")

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  5. Splendid, Jolly good, Dandy, Fandabbydozy

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    1. Fantastic Mark - really appreciate these - - esp dandy and jolly good!

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  6. @kateSelwood1
    How about stupendous, sublime and superlative?!

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  7. @shedside - award-winning!
    @donatellaFall - Stupendous!
    @adskesson - the evergreen 'fandabbydozy'
    @LCT1968 - fantastic

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  8. @Shellyboms 'Bostin' = great in west mids :)
    Thats bril, ace, fab, mint, excellent and groovy :)

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  9. Great also means great right?
    Then why is it not on the list?
    Just kiddin' . :)

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