fabulous and fantastic combinded together.
That dinner at Buca De Beppo's Resturant last night was fantabulous!!!
by sinthia alice jackson jones rose alexander jr. the 3rd August 21, 2006
Sort of like "fabulous" but much more fabulous than the word "fabulous" can convey. Like supercalifragilisticexpialidocius but shorter and easier to spell.
While on a free trip to Italy I won a free titanium frame bicycle and the customs agent let me bring it on the plane for free. What a Fantabulous trip!
by Alfie The Horndog November 29, 2005
Fantabulous is an adjective meaning something is of the highest quality. It is a combination of fantastic and fabulous, which was commonly used in London in the 1960s and 70s to describe various aspects of pop culture and fashions. It was especially popular with Chelsea girls like Joanna Lumley. It is still in use in England today, but not as much as it used to be.
That new coat of yours looks absolutely fantabulous!
by iwys5 June 26, 2007