Remarkably - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |rəˈmɑːrkəbli|  American pronunciation of the word remarkably
Brit.  |rɪˈmɑːkəbli|  British pronunciation of the word remarkably

adverb

- to a remarkable degree or extent (syn: notably, unco, unusually)
- in a signal manner (syn: signally, unmistakably)

Examples

She plays the violin remarkably well.

Remarkably, all of the passengers survived the crash.

We got remarkably similar results.

...an ambitious young man with a remarkably detailed blueprint for becoming a millionaire by the age of 25...

...for two nations that are conterminous from the Atlantic to the Pacific, the U.S. and Canada have had remarkably little strife...

...for someone who makes a living performing for other people, the actress is remarkably diffident in real life...

...for someone who has won a Nobel Prize in physics, he is remarkably without egotism...

She is remarkably incurious about the natural world.

The local economy is remarkably resilient.

...the children were remarkably respectful while in the president's office...

Her views are remarkably conventional.

Instead of ending up in jail or in the gutter he was remarkably successful.

He was remarkably candid with me.

He led a remarkably frugal existence.

Her lifestyle was remarkably free from ostentation.

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