lot of, a adj.
(US black) exceptionally good, skilful, esp. of musical ability.
|in Jazz Lex. (1964) 195: ‘Damn,’ said Harry, ‘that’s a lot of horn, that really is.’.|
|Fabulous Gunman 38: ‘You’re a lot of woman,’ he said.|
|Death of a Citizen 119: It was a lot of car. Not only did it have the power [...] but it was steady as a rock.|
|Facing the Lions 169: A hell of a lot of woman. [...] You made me feel like a lot of woman, you know?|
|inFour Novels 238: And that was a lot of woman, too. Slim, but graceful and with a lot of spirit and heart.|