extremely[ ik-streem-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF extremely
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXTREMELY
I am extremely affected on my mother's account—more, I must needs say, than on my own.
His enmity to the working classes made him extremely unpopular.
You will oblige us extremely by giving a little information.'
Like every extremely selfish person she was a coward in her soul.
This you will find an extremely delicate and appetizing dish.
Still his talk and reminiscences were extremely interesting.
The count was extremely sorry that it was impossible—he was engaged.
He is extremely apprehensive of the meeting I am to have with Mr. Solmes to-morrow.
Who can think of these things, and not be extremely miserable in her apprehensions!
The means of access to the villages, away from the railway, are extremely poor.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EXTREMELY
- by much
- in great measure
- on a large scale
- very much
- like mad
- something fierce
- to distraction