1. very great or intense;
2. extraordinarily good; used especially as intensifiers;
3. causing extreme terror;
Marty was terrific — he just waded into the skinheads without a thought.
The whole lobby was a perfect pandemonium, and the din was terrific.
My mother is a terrific cook!
He gave the ball a terrific belt.
That was really a terrific game.
I made a terrific effort to refrain from tears.
The view is terrific.
There were terrific rejoicings on the day war ended.
The game was terrific.
Lao Wang, you are really terrific!
What a terrific row!
Darren drove at a terrific speed.
The boys were kicking up a terrific row.
I feel absolutely terrific today!
Wow! You look terrific!
He is a terrific athlete and a brilliant jumper.
If we ever get married we'll have one terrific wedding.
There is a great sense of occasion and a terrific standard of musicianship.
Thai food is terrific.
We had a terrific start to the season, but recently we've been inconsistent.
Outwardly this looked like the beginning of a terrific programme but the stage was actually set for a major disaster.
What a terrific idea!
He did a terrific amount of fundraising.
He had a terrific sense of humour and could be very amusing.
She's a terrific, sparky girl.
Then the hair began to grow again and I felt terrific.
Sue let out a terrific shriek and leapt out of the way.
afraid, fearful, awful, dreadful, frightful, terrible, horrible, terrific, appalling
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