From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishphenomenalphe‧nom‧e‧nal /fɪˈnɒmɪnəl $ -ˈnɑː-/ ●○○ AWL adjective GOOD/EXCELLENTvery great or impressive the phenomenal success of computer games in recent yearsphenomenal growth/rise/increase California had experienced a phenomenal growth in population. He has learned a phenomenal amount in the last two years. The results have been phenomenal. —phenomenally adverb The group have been phenomenally successful in Europe.
Examples from the Corpusphenomenal• Draining a vast, barren watershed whose rains usually come in deluges, its sediment volume was phenomenal.• This is why the dropout rate amongst would-be dealers is so phenomenal.• My matches with the Deep Blue computer and with Microsoft got phenomenal coverage.• Written off again and again, he has proved phenomenal in resilience and political craftiness.• a phenomenal performance• The phenomenal success of Pelham Street pulled both her and Bernard increasingly into the capital.• The restaurant is a phenomenal success.• What Jonathan has is phenomenal technique.phenomenal success• He had the last word, and everyone looked to him as the brains behind Huddersfield's phenomenal success.• There was no doubt that Harry's twenty-first celebration was proving a phenomenal success.• We hope the project is an absolutely phenomenal success for him, because he deserves it very much.• The phenomenal success of his efforts owed much to his supreme mathematical skills and to his equally superb physical insights.• The phenomenal success of Pelham Street pulled both her and Bernard increasingly into the capital.• What is the reason for the phenomenal success of Question of Sport?