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  • Prodigiously — Pro*di gious*ly, adv. [1913 Webster] 1. Enormously; wonderfully; astonishingly; as, prodigiously great. [1913 Webster] 2. Very much; extremely; as, he was prodigiously pleased. [Colloq.] Pope. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • prodigiously — adv. Prodigiously is used with these adjectives: ↑gifted, ↑talented …   Collocations dictionary

  • prodigiously — prodigious ► ADJECTIVE ▪ impressively large. DERIVATIVES prodigiously adverb. ORIGIN Latin prodigiosus, from prodigium portent …   English terms dictionary

  • prodigiously — adverb to a prodigious degree the prices of farms rose prodigiously • Derived from adjective: ↑prodigious …   Useful english dictionary

  • prodigiously — adverb see prodigious …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • prodigiously — See prodigious. * * * …   Universalium

  • prodigiously — adverb in a prodigious manner; enormously, wonderfully, astonishingly or impressively …   Wiktionary

  • prodigiously — prÉ™ dɪdÊ’É™slɪ adv. extraordinarily, miraculously, marvelously; astonishingly, amazingly, in an awe inspiring manner …   English contemporary dictionary

  • prodigiously — pro·di·gious·ly …   English syllables

  • prodigiously — See: prodigious …   English dictionary

  • prodigious — prodigiously, adv. prodigiousness, n. /preuh dij euhs/, adj. 1. extraordinary in size, amount, extent, degree, force, etc.: a prodigious research grant. 2. wonderful or marvelous: a prodigious feat. 3. abnormal; monstrous. 4. Obs. ominous. [1545… …   Universalium

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