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adverb as in universally

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While the observatory’s collapse shocked and horrified the astronomical community, it did not come as a surprise.

The temporary drawings are mathematical and astronomical, but also personal.

I thought it was a mad stretch from my astronomical background, but I also knew I couldn’t resist, and it led to an unexpected and fresh insight—a proposal for quantifying the relationship between planets and their potential for initiating life.

A few months along and the Soviets proudly announced their improved Venus-based measure of the astronomical unit.

The growth wasn’t astronomical — an addition of 53,000 residential subscribers — but growth is growth.

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The astronomically high ratio is sort of the point of being CEO.

Your chances of dying in this way are not astronomically high.

The effect, quite the contrary, was astronomically expensive.

The Instagram deal coincided with astronomically high hopes for the Facebook IPO.

If you had such an astronomically disastrous evening, the restaurant may want to make good, so give them the chance.

For myself, the narrative appears to me astronomically too incomplete for any astronomical conclusions to be drawn from it.

No map deserves the name, on which the position of important points has not been astronomically determined.

Easter is, in fact, decided astronomically, by a process in which sun-worship and moon-worship are both conciliated.

But even now comets were being observed astronomically, and began to lose their sepulchral aspect.

Russ remained at the controls on duty, checking astronomically the new speed and deceleration.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to astronomically, such as: celestially, and cosmically.

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