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Definition of "prodigiously" [pro•di•gious•ly]

  • In a prodigious manner; enormously, wonderfully, astonishingly or impressively (adverb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "prodigiously" in a sentence
  • "a smallish man in great wig and befeathered hat and in his fist a sword prodigiously long in the blade, which sword he flourished whereat (as it were a signal) out from her mizzen wafted the banner of Portugal, and immediately she opened fire on us from her stern-chase guns."
  • "Wolfe had a certain turn of mind which favoured matrimony "prodigiously," and he had fallen very much in love with Miss Lawson, Maid of Honour to the"
  • ""prodigiously" respected by none, -- this gentleman, I say, by name Mr. Lovell, had attended her ladyship in her excursion to Devereux Court."