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prodigious
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Candide
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  • The Turks killed prodigious numbers of the Russians, but the latter had their revenge.
  • You’ll make a prodigious fortune; if we cannot find our account in one world we shall in another.
  • It is plain such materials must have prodigious superiority over those pebbles and sand which we call gold and precious stones.
  • As he had a very large diamond on his finger, and the people of the inn had taken notice of a prodigiously heavy box among his baggage, there were two physicians to attend him, though he had never sent for them, and two devotees who warmed his broths.

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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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