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Extremely good or of a high quality - thesaurus

Synonyms

excellent

adjective

extremely good

exceptional

adjective

extremely good or impressive in a way that is unusual

high-grade

adjective

very good in quality

superlative

adjective

formal extremely good

good

adjective

of a high quality or standard

superb

adjective

of the highest quality

polished

adjective

of very high quality

wonderful

adjective

extremely good

high-class

adjective

very good in quality and very expensive

exemplary

adjective

formal excellent or done in a way that other people should try to copy

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awesome

adjective

informal extremely good. This word is used mainly by young people.

awesomesauce

adjective

very informal completely amazing and wonderful. This word is used mainly by young people.

beautiful

adjective

done or made very well or with a lot of skill

beyond your (wildest) dreams

much better than you imagined or hoped

blinding

adjective

Britishinformal very impressive

bonzer

adjective

Australianinformal extremely good

brilliant

adjective

Britishinformal extremely good or enjoyable

capital

adjective

Britishinformal old-fashioned excellent

choice

adjective

formal of very high quality

class

adjective

Britishinformal extremely good

classic

adjective

extremely good

classy

adjective

informal something that is classy is attractive, fashionable, and of excellent quality

crucial

adjective

Britishvery informal extremely good

dandy

adjective

mainly Americaninformal old-fashioned excellent

decent

adjective

good, or good enough

dench

adjective

Britishvery informal used for saying that someone or something is extremely attractive, fashionable, impressive etc

divine

adjective

informal old-fashioned extremely good or pleasant

fab

adjective

informal old-fashioned extremely good

fabulous

adjective

informal extremely good

fantabulous

adjective

informal extremely good

fantastic

adjective

informal extremely good or pleasant

fine

adjective

of very good quality

good

adjective

having the necessary qualities

incredible

adjective

used about something that is extremely good

kick-ass

adjective

mainly Americanimpolite excellent

marvellous

adjective

extremely good

marvelous

the American spelling of marvellous

massive

adjective

informal excellent in quality

mean

adjective

informal excellent, or skilful

neat

adjective

mainly Americaninformal good, or nice

out of this world

extremely good or impressive

peachy

adjective

mainly Americaninformal excellent or nice

prize

adjective

good enough to deserve or win a prize

quality

adjective

of a high standard

ripping

adjective

Britishinformal old-fashioned used for describing something that you think is excellent

shit-hot

adjective

impolite extremely good

sublime

adjective

mainly literary extremely good or beautiful

superduper

adjective

informal old-fashioned excellent

-tastic

suffix

used with some adjectives and nouns to create adjectives and occasionally nouns meaning very good in a particular way

tip-top

adjective

informal old-fashioned extremely good

top

adjective

Britishinformal used about someone who you like very much

top-drawer

adjective

of high quality or high social class

top-end

adjective

top-end goods or services are more expensive and more advanced than other similar goods or services

top-of-the-range

adjective

of the best, most expensive, and most advanced kind available

top-shelf

adjective

American and Australian of the highest quality

tremendous

adjective

something that is tremendous is extremely good

wonder

adjective

extremely good, unusual, beautiful, or effective

wonderfully

adverb

formal extremely well

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