SPECTACULAR in a Sentence

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 Meanings and Examples of SPECTACULAR
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spectacular
 a.  very exciting to look at; impressive or especially great
Classic Sentence:
1  Cy Bogart was the spectacular warrior of the town.
Main Street By Sinclair Lewis
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Example Sentence:
1  Despite the ratings agencies' spectacular failures during the recent crisis, their assessments remain integral to the structure of the financial system.
2  Although the continent has been the worst affected by AIDS, it also boasts some of the world's most spectacular success stories.
3  The auroral display was particularly spectacular that evening.
4  There will be much interest centered on Raphael Nadal of Spain who won the French Open on the red clay of Roland Garros in Paris in spectacular style.
5  No meteor shower is more spectacular than the annual Perseid showers which astronomers consider one of the most rewarding sky watching events of the year.
6  Let's change that plain vaulted ceiling into a spectacular wood ceiling.
7  It's a typical action film with plenty of spectacular stunts.
8  He scored a spectacular goal in the second half.
9  If you find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn't lead you anywhere spectacular.
10  It was foreordained that the company would suffer a spectacular collapse.
11  This is the most spectacular financial crash of the decade.
12  With what I can only describe as spectacularly poor timing, my friends came back two days before we were due to move to Brussels.
13  The history of the field is littered with the carcasses of ventures that flourished spectacularly before either crashing to oblivion (SixDegrees, MySpace) or finding a niche in the ecosystem (LinkedIn).
14  He volleyed the ball spectacularly into the far corner of the net.