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adverb as in unusually

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However, there are some common factors that tie many of these blazes together and make them exceptional.

From Vox

The researchers also identified new areas that could preserve hot spots of exceptional species diversity, and large tracts of wilderness needed to support wide-ranging animals like caribou.

To conserve additional areas with exceptional biodiversity, an additional 6 percent needs protecting.

They’ll also be saving money and enjoying greater access to exceptional talent, as well.

It’s early, but there are signs Tesla’s Model 3 could be as exceptional in the used market as it has been in the new-car world.

From Fortune

The news only got out to a few people in the building, who described the next day at work as exceptionally awkward.

The Habsburg army, however, Watson contends, were exceptionally bloodthirsty.

Both women were trailblazers, and remain exceptionally highly regarded among their peers.

At best, his administration appeared exceptionally lax, and at worst, it willfully obstructed justice.

An exceptionally large first run of 200,000 copies was reportedly printed in Germany for the same reason.

My schooling was shocking but, as a blessed compensation, my college stage was rather exceptionally good.

So far, except that he possessed an exceptionally charming voice, I had no chance of forming an opinion of my cousin's fiancé.

Thin, with mighty shoulders and an exceptionally deep chest, it was obvious that his strength must be enormous.

It is remarkably good, and some exceptionally fine asbestos has been got out here.

His perception was still exceptionally alert, its acuteness left over, apparently, from the earlier days of pain and jealousy.


On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to exceptionally, such as: abnormally, especially, and particularly.

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