Directly to word page Vague search(google)
Home > Prodigious in a sentence

Prodigious in a sentence

  up(4)  down(4)
Sentence count:78+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-28Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: colossalenormousexceptionalextraordinarygiganticgreathugeimmensemammothmarvelousmiraculousremarkablestupendousvastwonderfulSimilar words: prodigyprodigallitigiousreligiousprestigiousegregiousodiouscontagiousMeaning: [prə'dɪdʒəs]  adj. 1. so great in size or force or extent as to elicit awe 2. of momentous or ominous significance 3. far beyond what is usual in magnitude or degree. 
Random good picture Not show
1, She wrote a truly prodigious number of novels.
2, What a prodigious opportunity you have missed.
3, It cost a prodigious amount .
4, This business generates cash in prodigious amounts.
5, Laser discs can store prodigious amounts of information.
6, Some galaxies seem to release prodigious amounts of energy.
7, That boxer is a prodigious feed.
8, She was a prodigious musician.
9, He had a prodigious appetite for both women and drink.
10, There is prodigious strength in sorrow and despair. Charles Dickens 
11, It was designed by the prodigious bridge-builder,[] Thomas Bouch.
12, Mesmeric and hypnotic, his prodigious output evokes strong reactions.
13, This prodigious output engendered a network of sub-contractors.
14, These are prodigious changes, and we naturally give them careful consideration.
15, Building the bridge was a prodigious feat of engineering and finance.
16, Endo-wed with a prodigious memory, he remembered the names of old comrades, or evoked events dating back decades.
17, Of course she could also have cited her prodigious talent as a linguist.
18, He was noted for his prodigious memory, was deeply religious, and a staunch advocate of temperance.
19, The prodigious essayist was pushing deadline on a script for a movie that actor Bill Murray may do.
20, Only those whose prodigious skill gives them leverage for negotiating secure contracts are prepared to forsake higher education for sport.
21, Fund-raisers used fears of destruction to raise the prodigious sums that fueled the entire machine.
22, It seems prodigious, immense,[] far greater than the social forces that mold generations.
23, His output is prodigious and it springs from the unbending control he exercises over every aspect of his life.
24, He propelled a prodigious gob of spit toward the window of the van.
25, A major tsunami will deposit broken trees near the high-water mark and move prodigious amounts of sediment.
26, Besides seeking his help in religious controversies, the King made use of Andrewes' prodigious learning in other ways.
27, But that willingness to push beyond the usual boundaries of electronic is precisely why Prodigy seems so, well, prodigious.
28, Easy-going and seemingly indolent, he was in fact a prodigious worker with an obsession for his job.
29, He certainly represented an important segment of the Orthodox community, with a prodigious capacity for fund-raising and vote-getting.
30, Pizza, pocket sandwiches, ribs and lemon chicken also are turned out in prodigious amounts.
More similar words: prodigyprodigallitigiousreligiousprestigiousegregiousodiouscontagiousmelodiousincommodiousuproariouspropitiousreligiondig indigitaldigital clockprestidigitationproduceproductproducerproddingproducingproductiveproductionindigenousreproductivereproductionproductivitymass productionproduction cost
Total 78, 30 Per page  1/3  «first  next  last»  goto
Leave a comment
Welcome to leave a comment about this page!
Your name:
Latest commentsInto the comment page>>
More words