Scots-born Annie, 37, has recently re-launched her phenomenally successful singing career.
This product has been phenomenally successful.
Food production once again rose phenomenally, by 4 per cent or more a year.
The group have been phenomenally successful in Europe.
Interest in the subject has increased phenomenally.
But the brain is also phenomenally plastic.
His reaction was phenomenally quick.
Their works are frequently related to the phenomenally rapid urbanization and urban expansion.
1. to a phenomenal degree;
"his reaction was phenomenally quick"