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prodigious
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The Aeneid
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  • Aeneas said, and view’d, with lifted eyes, Their lofty tow’rs; then, entiring at the gate, Conceal’d in clouds (prodigious to relate) He mix’d, unmark’d, among the busy throng, Borne by the tide, and pass’d unseen along.
  • A load of pointless thunder now there lies Before their hands, to ripen for the skies: These darts, for angry Jove, they daily cast; Consum’d on mortals with prodigious waste.

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  • As a child, Mozart had a prodigious talent.
  • It is the most prodigious project of her career so far.

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