extraordinarily

[ ik-strawr-dn-er-ee, ek-struh-awr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF extraordinarily

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"She's extraordinarily charming," said Temple with a very small sigh.

The result is extraordinarily stimulating to our English wits.

His hands were slender, the fingers long and extraordinarily supple.

The girl is, on the contrary, of extraordinarily good disposition.

In some lines of research they were extraordinarily brilliant.

During the years from 1630 to 1640, the growth of the colony was extraordinarily rapid.

The picture which had awakened him was an extraordinarily vivid one of this monument.

The arches are extraordinarily wide and thin for their date.

Personally, I regard this as an extraordinarily healthy sign.

Scot is as usual, extraordinarily inaccurate in his statements.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c., from Latin extraordinarius "out of the common order," from extra ordinem "out of order," especially the usual order, from extra "out" (see extra-) + ordinem (nominative ordo) "order" (see order). Related: Extraordinarily.

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