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ALL meanings of sensational

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  • adjective sensational producing or designed to produce a startling effect, strong reaction, intense interest, etc., especially by exaggerated, superficial, or lurid elements: a sensational novel. 1
  • adjective sensational extraordinarily good; conspicuously excellent; phenomenal: a sensational quarterback. 1
  • adjective sensational fabulous, amazing 1
  • adjective sensational of or relating to the senses or sensation. 1
  • adjective sensational exceptionally good, fine, etc. 0
  • adjective sensational A sensational result, event, or situation is so remarkable that it causes great excitement and interest. 0
  • adjective sensational You can describe stories or reports as sensational if you disapprove of them because they present facts in a way that is intended to cause feelings of shock, anger, or excitement. 0
  • adjective sensational You can describe something as sensational when you think that it is extremely good. 0
  • adjective sensational causing or intended to cause intense feelings, esp of curiosity, horror, etc 0
  • adjective sensational extremely good 0
  • adjective sensational of or relating to the faculty of sensation 0
  • adjective sensational of or relating to sensationalism 0
  • adjective sensational of the senses or sensation 0
  • adjective sensational of, or in accordance with, philosophical sensationalism 0
  • adjective sensational arousing intense interest and excitement; startling; exciting 0
  • adjective sensational using or having effects intended to startle, shock, thrill, etc. 0
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