Sensational



adjective
1.
producing or designed to produce a startling effect, strong reaction, intense interest, etc., especially by exaggerated, superficial, or lurid elements:
a sensational novel.
2.
extraordinarily good; conspicuously excellent; phenomenal:
a sensational quarterback.
3.
of or relating to the senses or sensation.
adjective
1.
causing or intended to cause intense feelings, esp of curiosity, horror, etc: sensational disclosures in the press
2.
(informal) extremely good: a sensational skater
3.
of or relating to the faculty of sensation
4.
(philosophy) of or relating to sensationalism

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