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Definition of Prodigiously

Prodigiously
Prodigiously Pro*di"gious*ly, adv. 1. Enormously; wonderfully; astonishingly; as, prodigiously great. 2. Very much; extremely; as, he was prodigiously pleased. [Colloq.] --Pope.

Meaning of Prodigiously from wikipedia

- syndrome to some degree. It is estimated that there are fewer than a hundred prodigious savants, with skills so extraordinary that they would be considered spectacular...
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- in Southern California), and the foundation was laid for the state's prodigious agricultural production in the Central Valley and elsewhere. In the nineteenth...
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- unit of body weight than most reptiles. Small insectivorous mammals eat prodigious amounts for their size. A rare exception, the naked mole-rat produces...
- Maradona hailing the 18-year-old Messi as his successor in February 2006 A prodigious talent as a teenager, Messi established himself among the world's best...