[ adverb ] to a remarkably degree or extent


"she was unusually tall"

Used in print

(Irving Fineman, Woman of Valor: The Life of Henrietta...)

For Rachel , conceded to be the prettiest of the Szold girls - and she did make a pretty picture sitting in the grape-arbor strumming her guitar and singing in her silvery tones - there was no particular March counterpart ; but both groups were so closely_knit that despite individual differences the family life in both cases was remarkably similar in atmosphere if not entirely in content - the one being definitely Jewish and the other vaguely Christian .

(Edward Jablonski, Harold Arlen Happy with the Blues....)

It is , however , a disarming disguise , or perhaps a shield , for not_only has Mercer proved himself to be one of the few great lyricists over the years , but also one who can function remarkably under pressure .

(Harold Searles, "Schizophrenic Communication,"...)

His subjective experience may be a remarkably concretistic one .

[ adverb ] in a signal manner


"signally inappropriate methods"

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