extraordinary

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

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I regard her as, on the whole, the most extraordinary person of her race I have ever met.

This was the most extraordinary person with whom he had ever talked.

No reason is given for this extraordinary contempt of living.

More than this, there is about sorrow an intense, an extraordinary reality.

Possibly because of the extraordinary directions which beauty culture may take.

This who was the most extraordinary woman that ever lived, was also little Nellie Winship.

A few minutes earlier they had been of extraordinary brilliancy.

Allis Porter's perceptions had been developed to an extraordinary degree.

The extraordinary credulity of the people is hardly conceivable.

The "thrust" of the propeller is also extraordinary, being between 250 and 260 pounds.

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