Exceptionally - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ɪkˈsepʃənəli|  American pronunciation of the word exceptionally
Brit.  |ɪkˈsepʃ(ə)nəli|  British pronunciation of the word exceptionally


- to an exceptional degree

it worked exceptionally well


She defended her position exceptionally well.

...a selected brand of ice cream with an exceptionally high butterfat content...

...a cagey old politician who is exceptionally skilled at getting federal money for his district...

...a house with exceptionally commodious closets...

...in the aftermath of the disaster, many people were exceptionally openhanded with their donations to charity...

Rob is kicking exceptionally well.

He was an exceptionally bright child.

You have to do things exceptionally well to stand out from the crowd (=be different from ordinary people).

She looked exceptionally well, glowing with health.

We had an exceptionally mild winter last year.

The arena is in an exceptionally fine state of preservation.

an exceptionally quick and selective reader

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