eminently[ em-uh-nuh nt-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF eminently
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMINENTLY
Mr. Jacquetot weighed seventeen stone, but he was eminently intelligent.
An eminently characteristic anecdote has been told of his perseverance as a boy.
The gentleman is eminently distinguished for his self-respect.
The inventive faculty has its dangers, and Bunyan was eminently gifted in that way.
The envelope was square, of an expensive quality, and eminently aristocratic.
"With a rashness that was eminently justifiable," I interrupted her.
Then, of its eminently social tendency, there can be no doubt.
It is eminently adapted for home, school, and office purposes.
The public good which you, sir, have so eminently promoted, is my only motive.
It is still not aristocratic, but it is eminently respectable.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR EMINENTLY
- above all
- before anything else
- first and foremost
- first of all
- for the most part
- in the first place
- in the main
- to a great degree