remarkably

[ ri-mahr-kuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF remarkably

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REMARKABLY

The scenes that followed were remarkably impressive and unparalleled.

My mother said, 'What a remarkably agreeable young man he is!

She was remarkably beautiful, and that was their whole romance, their joy, and their misfortune.

It struck him then that Eleanor was a remarkably punctual girl.

Her spirits are remarkably high—not an uncommon effect of laudanum.

And regarding my mother,' said Mr Sparkler, 'who is a remarkably fine woman, with—'

And she is, as I believe you are aware, a remarkably fine woman, with no non—'

His clothes were as remarkably fine as his equipage could be.

There was a remarkably agreeable smell of pomatum in this congregation.

A remarkably handsome man, and quite the gentleman in every respect.

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