unusually

[ uhn-yoo-zhoo-uhl, -yoozh-wuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF unusually

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNUSUALLY

Milza was the first to observe that her absence was unusually protracted.

On this particular night their meeting was unusually impressive.

Between parent and child, the intimacy had been unusually close.

The weather was exceedingly fine, mild, and unusually clear.

From all this the result was that my nature was unusually trusting.

He was unusually thoughtful and I had difficulty in persuading him to any conversation.

Charlie is clever, unusually clever; he drinks, his movements are suspicious.

He spread a meal for four people, with fare which was unusually ample.

London was unusually quiet after the roar and turmoil of the day.

He found something in the bronzed, rugged face that was unusually sardonic.

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