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Ways of emphasizing how good something is

what’s not to like?

used for saying that everything in a particular situation is very good

highly

adverb

used for saying that someone or something is considered to be very good or very important

monumental

adjective

used for emphasizing how good or important something is

cool

adjective

used for emphasizing how good someone or something is

than someone/something put together

used for saying that someone or something is better or bigger than the whole of a group of other people or things

there’s no comparison

used for saying that one person or thing is much better than the other

to a fault

used for emphasizing that someone or something has a particular good quality to a very great degree

beyond/without compare

used for emphasizing the very good qualities of a person or thing

you ought to see/hear/meet etc.

used for emphasizing how good, impressive, or unusual something or someone is

not/never in your (wildest) dreams

used for saying that something is much better than you expected or hoped

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