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You could have bought HDFC Bank a few months ago for one-and-a-half times book value, which is an amazing valuation for a company that grows its earnings 10% a year.

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TikTok’s algorithm is also amazing for niche and specific products since it curates your feed based on your interests.

We have amazing projects that, for instance, that are performing organ 3D printing with patient-specific geometry reconstruction in order to create a virtual twin of a patient.

It is really amazing seeing such an important role the heterochromatin plays in gene evolution.

If you expect it to be amazing and filled with new and interesting experiences, you end up looking for those experiences.

We hit it off amazingly well, and started a real friendship.

“They could be, amazingly enough, the girl next door,” Brenner said of victims of such killings.

He was one of a handful of amazingly talented people whose efforts helped define what it is that we today, call stand-up comedy.

And somewhat amazingly, the forces of reason regularly triumphed.

The four or five thrillers a year that de Villiers churned out from 1966 until his death in 2013 were amazingly trashy.

The young apprentice was of middle height, very well built, amazingly active, and able to bear the utmost fatigue.

But it was in battle that their wild appetite for information was most amazingly displayed.

The Count besides being an amazingly fine player, held amazingly fine hands.

The following evenings, Skipper Worse visited the club again, and enjoyed himself amazingly.

School, in an amazingly short time, fell into its customary routine.

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On this page you'll find 41 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to amazingly, such as: abnormally, curiously, peculiarly, rarely, remarkably, and startlingly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.