NAME THE CARNIVAL SPLENDOR SPA

The name of the of the New CARNIVAL SPLENDOR SPA should be one of these;

BODACIOUS

BODY BODACIOUS

BODACIOUS SPLENDOR

BODACIOUS SPLENDOUR 

 

The reasons can be found in any dictionary or thesaurus. Just some of the synonyms  for BODACIOUS are; audacious, big league, bold, celebrated, distinguished, extraordinary, famous, fresh, great, gutsy, historic, hot, impressive, major league, memorable, mind-blowing, noteworthy, outstanding, pre-eminent, red-letter, remarkable, rememberable, something else, standout, striking, super, the end, top drawer, uncommon, unforgettable, well-known. Any of these synonyms will describe the new spa on the CARNIVAL SPLENDOR.


bo·da·cious      /boʊˈdeɪʃəs/ Pronunciation KeyShow Spelled Pronunciation[boh-dey-shuhs] Pronunciation KeyShow IPA Pronunciation

–adjective South Midland and Southern U.S.

1. thorough; blatant; unmistakable: a bodacious gossip.
2. remarkable; outstanding: a bodacious story.
3. audacious; bold or brazen.

[Origin: 1835–45; prob. to be identified with dial. (Devon, Cornwall) bo(w)ldacious brazen, impudent, b. bold and audacious]

bo·da·cious·ly, adverb

Dictionary.com Unabridged (v 1.1)
Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2006.

American Heritage DictionaryCite This Source

bo·da·cious also bow·da·cious       (bō-dā’shəs)  Pronunciation Key 
adj.  

  1. Remarkable; prodigious.
  2. Audacious; gutsy.

adv.  

  1. Completely; extremely.
  2. Audaciously; boldly.

   Roget’s New Millennium™ ThesaurusCite This Source
Main Entry:   fearless
Part of Speech:   adjective
Definition:   unafraid
Synonyms:   assured, aweless, ballsy, bodacious, bold, brassy, brave, cheeky, chesty*, cocky, confident, cool hand*, courageous, crack*, daring, dashing, dauntless, doughty, flip*, fresh*, gallant, game, gritty, gutsy, gutty, heroic, icy*, indomitable, intrepid, lion-hearted, nervy, plucky, salty*, sanguine, sassy*, smart, spunky, sure, unabashed, undaunted, unflinching, valiant, valorous, wise
Antonyms:   afraid, apprehensive, cowardly, frightened, scared, terrified
Source:   Roget’s New Millennium™ Thesaurus, First Edition (v 1.3.1)
Copyright © 2007 by Lexico Publishing Group, LLC. All rights reserved.

* = informal or slang

 

   Roget’s New Millennium™ ThesaurusCite This Source
Main Entry:   intrepid
Part of Speech:   adjective
Definition:   brave
Synonyms:   audacious, ballsy, bodacious*, bold, courageous, daring, dauntless, doughty, fearless, gallant, game, gritty, gutsy*, heroic, iceman, impavid, lionhearted, nerveless, nervy, plucky, resolute, spunky*, stalwart, unafraid, undaunted, unflinching, valiant, valorous
Antonyms:   cowardly, fearful
Source:   Roget’s New Millennium™ Thesaurus, First Edition (v 1.3.1)
Copyright © 2007 by Lexico Publishing Group, LLC. All rights reserved.

* = informal or slang

 

   Roget’s New Millennium™ ThesaurusCite This Source
Main Entry:   memorable
Part of Speech:   adjective
Definition:   significant
Synonyms:   big league, bodacious, catchy, celebrated, critical, crucial, decisive, distinguished, doozie*, enduring, eventful, extraordinary, famous, great, heavy*, heavyweight*, historic, hot*, illustrious, important, impressive, indelible, interesting, lasting, major league, meaningful, mind-blowing*, momentous, monumental, notable, noteworthy, observable, red-letter*, remarkable, rememberable, rubric, serious, signal, something, standout, striking, super, surpassing, terrible, terrific, top drawer, unforgettable
Antonyms:   commonplace, forgettable
Source:   Roget’s New Millennium™ Thesaurus, First Edition (v 1.3.1)
Copyright © 2007 by Lexico Publishing Group, LLC. All rights reserved.

* = informal or slang

 

   Roget’s New Millennium™ ThesaurusCite This Source
Main Entry:   notable
Part of Speech:   adjective
Definition:   famous
Synonyms:   big league, bodacious*, celebrated, celebrious, conspicuous, distingue, distinguished, eminent, eventful, evident, extraordinary, famed, great, heavy*, heavy stuff, high profile, illustrious, important, major league, manifest, marked, memorable, momentous, nameable, noteworthy, noticeable, notorious, observable, outstanding, pre-eminent, prominent, pronounced, rare, red-letter*, remarkable, renowned, rubric, serious, something else*, striking, top drawer, uncommon, unusual, well-known
Antonyms:   obscure
Notes:   notable means ‘worthy of notice’ and noticeable means ‘readily observed’
Source:   Roget’s New Millennium™ Thesaurus, First Edition (v 1.3.1)
Copyright © 2007 by Lexico Publishing Group, LLC. All rights reserved.

* = informal or slang

 

   Roget’s New Millennium™ ThesaurusCite This Source
Main Entry:   noteworthy
Part of Speech:   adjective
Definition:   important
Synonyms:   big league, bodacious, boss*, conspicuous, cool*, evident, exceptional, extraordinary, heavy*, high profile, hot*, major league, manifest, meaningful, memorable, mind-blowing*, murder, nameable, notable, noticeable, observable, outstanding, patent, prominent, red-letter*, remarkable, rubric, serious, significant, something else*, splash*, stand out, super-duper, terrific, the end*, underlined*, unique, unusual, utmost
Antonyms:   insignificant, unexceptional

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One response to “NAME THE CARNIVAL SPLENDOR SPA

  1. Big Ed

    FROM JOHN”S BLOG

    He States …………..Now, the name of the Spa. I think you have probably won the contest already with your idea of BOADACIOUS SPA. I know what the word means and I think it is a brilliant name for the Spa on the Carnival Splendor. ……………

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