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Ways of emphasizing how good something is - thesaurus

Synonyms

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

there’s nothing/no place like something

used for emphasizing that a thing or a place is better than any other

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...and a half

used for emphasizing that you think something is very big, very good, etc.

a/one hell of a

used for emphasizing how good something is

a/one helluva

spoken used for emphasizing how good something is

be (all) for the best

used for saying that something bad that has happened is not really as bad as it seems because it will make the situation better in the end

be something of a

used for emphasizing that someone is fairly good at something or has a fairly good knowledge of something

the biggest/best/fastest etc. around

used for talking about the biggest/best etc. thing that exists

do someone/something justice

to show or emphasize all the good qualities of someone or something

fortunately

adverb

used for emphasizing that something good has happened, especially because of good luck

good deal

used for showing that you think something is good

I couldn’t ask/wish for...

used for saying that something is so good, you cannot imagine anything better

if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it

used for saying that you think that something is already good or effective and should not be changed

if nothing else

used for mentioning what you think may be the only good aspect of something or the only good reason for doing something

it/that is just as well

used for saying that a situation or result is good, even though it is not what you planned or expected

it/that is just as well

used for saying that something is a sensible thing to do

(now) that’s what I call something

used for emphasizing that something is a very good example of what you are talking about

on steroids

bigger, better, louder, etc. than other similar things in a way that seems exaggerated and unreal

out of sight

informal old-fashioned used for expressing how nice or how special you think something is

someone couldn’t ask for something

informal used for emphasizing that something is so good that nothing could be better

something/someone rules

used for emphasizing how much you like someone or something. This is usually written on shirts or on walls.

that’s something

used for saying that there is one fact that you are pleased about in a situation that is not satisfactory

unreal

adjective

used for saying that you think something is extremely good

what’s not to like?

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

worth

adjective

used for saying that there is a good enough reason for doing something, because it is important, enjoyable, useful, etc.

you can’t beat something

verb

used for saying that something is very good

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