Definition of 'prodigious'
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And I have a prodigious memory. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And I have a prodigious memory. Times, Sunday Times (2016)His prodigious gifts challenged and transformed an industry. Christianity Today (2000)His prodigious intellectual energy found further outlets in popular books and lectures. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)He was a man of prodigious energy. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But his insatiable curiosity was matched by prodigious energy. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Sugar was a workaholic and his output was prodigious. The Sun (2012)They faced a prodigious amount of work and the odds were against them. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He went through a prodigious amount of drugs and a series of marriages. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She was also perceptive and blessed with a keen sense of humour and a prodigious memory. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It all provides evidence of a prodigious memory. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)Doing so is not the same as eating a prodigious quantity of cake. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He was dragged before the king and asked why he had returned with such a prodigious quantity of gold. Ambassadors: From Ancient Greece to the Nation State (2006)She was quick-witted and blessed with a prodigious memory. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Now he has a series of his own, and his prodigious gifts are still very much in evidence. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Let's just say that one thing all these women must have in common is a prodigious amount of energy. Times, Sunday Times (2011)His written output was prodigious. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You also needed to be consistent, for he had a prodigious memory for how you had answered a similar question last time. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Yet, despite his prodigious memory for numbers, he had no memory for faces. The Runaway Brain: the Evolution of Human Uniqueness (1993)To this work he brought a clear, logical mind, prodigious energy and a very considerable knowledge. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The 6.5million Irishman has been playing up front on his own and goes through a prodigious amount of work. The Sun (2010)Britain invested prodigious amounts of money in commercial property in the 2000s; it was not needed and it has not left us in a good place. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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British English: prodigious ADJECTIVE
Something that is prodigious is very large or impressive.
This business generates cash in prodigious amounts.
Definition of prodigious from the Collins English Dictionary
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