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.