English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'slap-up'

(adjective) 
Definition
(esp. of meals) large and expensive
(British, informal)  We usually had one slap-up meal a day.
Synonyms
luxurious
a luxurious hotel
,
lavish
a lavish party to celebrate his fiftieth birthday
,
sumptuous
a sumptuous feast
, ,
excellent
We complimented him on doing an excellent job.
,
superb
a superb 18-hole golf course
,
magnificent
a magnificent country house in wooded grounds
, ,
splendid
a splendid Victorian mansion
,
first-rate
They were dealing with a first-rate professional.
,
no-expense-spared
,
fit for a king

Additional synonyms

in the sense of excellent
Definition
exceptionally good
We complimented him on doing an excellent job.
Synonyms
great (informal),
cool (informal),
very good,
cracking (British, informal),
crucial (slang),
mean (slang),
fantastic (informal),
first-class,
terrific (informal),
mega (slang),
topping (British, slang),
dope (slang),
sick (slang),
wicked (slang),
def (slang),
top-notch (informal),
brill (informal),
nang (British, slang),
tiptop,
bodacious (slang, US),
boffo (slang),
the dog's bollocks (taboo, slang),
jim-dandy (slang),
A1 or A-one (informal),
bitchin' (US, slang),
chillin' (US, slang),
booshit (Australian, slang),
exo (Australian, slang),
sik (Australian, slang),
rad (informal),
phat (slang),
schmick (Australian, informal),
beaut (informal),
barrie (Scottish, slang),
belting (British, slang),
pearler (Australian, slang),
bakgat (South Africa)
in the sense of first-rate
Definition
of the best quality
They were dealing with a first-rate professional.
Synonyms
mean (slang),
topping (British, slang),
top,
tops (slang),
cool (informal),
crack (slang),
cracking (British, informal),
crucial (slang),
mega (slang),
dope (slang),
sick (slang),
wicked (slang),
def (slang),
second to none,
top-notch (informal),
brill (informal),
tiptop,
bodacious (slang, US),
boffo (slang),
the dog's bollocks (taboo, slang),
jim-dandy (slang),
A1 or A-one (informal),
bitchin' (US, slang),
chillin' (US, slang),
booshit (Australian, slang),
exo (Australian, slang),
sik (Australian, slang),
rad (informal),
phat (slang),
schmick (Australian, informal)
in the sense of lavish
Definition
great in quantity or richness
a lavish party to celebrate his fiftieth birthday

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