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prodigious
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  • Major Major grew despondent as he watched simple communications swell prodigiously into huge manuscripts.
  • Yossarian reached out instinctively for balance and then launched himself forward in a prodigious dive that crushed the three combatants to the ground beneath him.
  • The chaplain braced himself with a prodigious effort of the will and plunged ahead brazenly.
  • Yossarian nodded perfunctorily, and the chaplain’s breath quickened in anticipation as he made ready to join his will power with Yossarian’s in a prodigious effort to rip away at last the voluminous black folds shrouding the eternal mysteries of existence.

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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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