amaz·​ing·​ly | \ ə-ˈmā-ziŋ-lē How to pronounce amazingly (audio) \

Definition of amazingly

1 : to an amazing degree amazingly low prices
2 : as is amazing Amazingly, she wasn't hurt by the fall.

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But that, amazingly enough, was the sequel to this book, which is now in English for the first time. John Timpane,, "Big summer books for 2019 by Mark Haddon, Elizabeth Gilbert, Colson Whitehead, Tan France," 5 June 2019 Nine years later, he was reunited with his best friend, who amazingly made it all the way to Colorado and even had a new adopted family for several years. Megan Friedman, Country Living, "Puppy Who Went Missing Finally Finds His Family Again, Nine Years Later," 10 Aug. 2015 And amazingly, big cap America’s efforts at inclusion are failing at what should be the ultimate measure of success, swelling the number of female CEOs. Shawn Tully, Fortune, "More People Named Jeffrey Got Top CEO Jobs Than Women Last Year," 27 June 2019 Another day, another deluge of amazingly moreish transfer rumours., "Transfer Rumours: Ceballos to Arsenal or Spurs, Pereira to Juventus, Fernandes to Man Utd & More," 27 June 2019 Second puberty⁠ — aka that time in your early- or mid-20s when your body and skin will change yet again ⁠— arrived and splattered my skin with amazingly stubborn acne. Angely Mercado, Teen Vogue, "The Financial and Emotional Toll of Having Acne-Prone Skin," 27 June 2019 Now it’s possible the itty-bitty blockchain committee shares my amazingly sophisticated sense of humor, but what seems more likely is that some sleight of hand is going on. Elizabeth Lopatto, The Verge, "Libra, explained," 26 June 2019 The Santa Claus Rally paid off an amazingly high 78.3% of years. Ken Fisher, USA TODAY, "Want to save more in your 401(k) retirement plan? Ditch these stock market myths," 23 June 2019 Armisen also has a recurring role as Renaldo’s uncle Tico, who’s working as an amazingly talented parking valet in Los Angeles., "HBO’s ‘Los Espookys,’ co-created by Fred Armisen, is a refreshingly different, funny comedy," 13 June 2019

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First Known Use of amazingly

1659, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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