exceptional[ ik-sep-shuh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF exceptional
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXCEPTIONAL
Every year he adds some fresh decoration, some new and exceptional scene.
Of course there's a horde of applicants, but you're exceptional; you know that.
His next move proved that his cunning was of an exceptional order.
But then he is an exceptional and note-worthy man--one among ten thousand.
What had any of these people done that was noble, exceptional, distinguished?
For the circumstances of Freeland are exceptional in more than one respect.
Yet nowadays, to enable a man to remark this, exceptional culture is required.
Why this exceptional divergence in the case of a single pair of monkeys?
And they were all agreed that their mother was an exceptional woman.
It is the exceptional men and women who remember their youth.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EXCEPTIONAL
- off beaten path
- out of the ordinary