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Synonyms for unusually

Synonyms for unusually

in a manner or to a degree that is unusual

Synonyms for unusually

to a remarkable degree or extent

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These thoughts came and went as he watched the white figure in front, felt the enchantment of the music, and found everybody unusually blithe and beautiful.
For days the weather had been bitter cold with a high wind blowing down on the town from Lake Erie, eighteen miles to the north, but on that night the wind had died away and a new moon made the night unusually lovely.
Go on, Julia--my Julia," said Charles, in an unusually soft voice; "kill me at once, or bid me live
It came at a time when an unusually long period had passed since we had received any money.
His face was so unusually triumphant that Pierre rose in alarm on seeing it.
At three of the places their calls were brief, for Aunt Myra's catarrh was unusually bad; Aunt Clara had a room full of company; and Aunt Jane showed such a tendency to discuss the population, productions, and politics of Europe, Asia and Africa, that even Dr.
The company's test volume guide came almost in-line with the Street and its Q1 test volumes are expected to remain flat to only slightly higher sequentially, impacted by an unusually high flu season that is still ongoing, Souda tells investors in a research note.
Being unusually light-hearted and insisting there's nothing wrong with them
An unusually bright, unusually slow meteor on an October or November evening, sailing away from the general direction of Taurus or Aries as they climb the eastern sky?
Chief executive John Browett said: "As expected, the homewares market has fallen due to unusually warm weather and this has correspondingly impacted our store performance over the period given the reduced footfall to our out-of-town superstores.
Summary: Residents of the northeastern town of Ras Baalbek have discovered an unusually large bat, state media reported Monday.
There are no reports of deaths of injuries from the fires, which have been sparked by unusually hot weather.
The research revealed that participants with sleep apnea had unusually high levels of glutamate, which is toxic to nerve cells and heightens stress on the brain.
There were six in the group and I know the young lady, who is not very clear in the photo, was called Megan who, unusually, played bass guitar.
EVERY winter millions of people start to put out extra food for garden birds as they respond to the RSPB's call to give nature a hand But gardens have been unusually quiet recently, leaving people worried as to why.