exceptionally

[ ik-sep-shuh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF exceptionally

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This pleased Paula exceptionally well and she said he must sing it to her often again.

At the place where this was noticed, however, the current was not exceptionally swift.

Exceptionally one finds old men of 80 who are still capable.

"Exceptionally beautiful; exceptionally admirable," he corrected.

One that is exceptionally rich in oxygen, as is true of all the spheres we handle.

Some of the vines may have made an exceptionally large growth.

For who, with us in Russia, is to tell a scoundrel from an exceptionally able man?

Exceptionally tall men were nicknamed 'Gerald' by their friends.

She had an exceptionally pretty face that seemed to smile all over.

"You have done well, exceptionally well," the major responded.

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