Prodigious in a Sentence


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Prodigious - Definition


very large in size, force, or extent; enormous

Use Prodigious in a sentence



Since Stan’s car accident, he has been taking prodigious amounts of pain pills.


After overindulging in a prodigious meal, I really needed a nap.


She is very proud of her son who has a prodigious talent for playing the guitar.


As evidenced by her excessive weight, Amber has a prodigious appetite.


The magician held the audience’s attention with several prodigious tricks.



Despite his disability, Harlen has made many prodigious accomplishments.


Organizing the fundraiser was a prodigious task for us.


I am afraid of the wrestler because of his prodigious size!


Although she was eager to try new things, Jane was hesitant to do a prodigious stunt like jumping out of an airplane.


A die-hard reader, my Aunt Edith has a prodigious collection of books.


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Prodigious synonyms


huge, massive, giant, enormous, tremendous, immense, monstrous, immeasurable




Prodigious antonyms


tiny, little, negligible, small