Adjective "phenomenal" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/fəˈnɒmɪn(ə)l/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Remarkable or exceptional, especially exceptionally good.
  1. 'Yet despite this phenomenal strike rate of nearly a goal every two games, nobody has really taken any notice.'
  2. 'He is leaving established international acts in the shade and is chalking up phenomenal album sales.'
  3. 'His scoring rate was phenomenal and he is definitely one of the jewels in Tipperary's crown.'
  4. 'I did this gig to 4,000 people on Sunday night and got a standing ovation and the noise and energy were phenomenal.'
  5. 'It was a phenomenal success and played to capacity crowds at many venues.'
  6. 'The effort by teachers, parents, pupils and the general public was phenomenal.'
  7. 'These great performances are supplemented by quite breathtaking visuals of a phenomenal quality.'
  8. 'I know 10 have been penalties but he's won most of them taking people on, and his work rate has been phenomenal.'
  9. 'To pay for this programme we should put a tax on office building, which has gone up at a phenomenal rate.'
  10. 'I'm here, reluctantly, to find out what's behind the phenomenal rise in the sales of male make-up.'
Perceptible by the senses or through immediate experience.
  1. 'Now one might wonder why the immediacy of visual perception and the phenomenal principle are in conflict.'
  2. 'Heidegger is not simply describing the phenomenal character of our experience of others.'
  3. 'Nietzsche rejected the Kantian distinction between a noumenal and phenomenal world.'

Definitions

1. highly extraordinary or prodigious; exceptional: phenomenal speed.

2. of or relating to phenomena.

3. of the nature of a phenomenon; cognizable by the senses.

More examples(as adjective)

"interests can be phenomenal in/at/on ses."

"impacts can be phenomenal for markets."

"growths can be phenomenal in years."

"growths can be phenomenal during things."

"growths can be phenomenal during staffs."

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