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It’s made entirely from cabernet franc, which is unusual for Sonoma County, where pinot noir reigns in rosé.
Perdue was not on the committee that crafted the legislation, making his in-the-weeds lobbying on the arcane regulation unusual, congressional experts said.
Now Tallinn has made an unusual donation to one of the technology companies he has previously backed.
What’s unusual about Oversecured is not that it’s self-funded, but it launched out of a product that effectively paid for itself.
Georgia has an unusual requirement that candidates must receive a majority of the vote to win an election, and if no one does so, the top two finishers advance to a runoff.
Under unusually blue skies in Beijing, the American and Chinese presidents vow cooperation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
This makes me feel better, for, in truth, I have been unusually upset lately.
An unusually lethal hemorrhagic fever was sweeping through the region.
The authors are unusually energetic in the writing and reasoning, with endless graphs and figures.
This strain of enterovirus seems unusually provocative in irritating lower airways, thereby causing airway narrowing.
It is full of poetic feeling, and the flesh tints are unusually natural.
Beneath its far-flung branches a syce was sitting in front of a finely-proportioned and unusually big Arab horse.
It happened that an unusually large crop had been planted and was approaching maturity at the moment of the outbreak of the war.
The major and Hicks, who stood not far from him, were both unusually pale in the face, as they gazed motionless before them.
He was, as has been said, an unusually good workman, consequently his employers had no wish to part with him.
On this page you'll find 51 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unusually, such as: awfully, curiously, extraordinarily, really, remarkably, and so.
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