amaz·ing·ly | \ə-ˈmā-ziŋ-lē \

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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The Germans amazingly finished bottom of their group, losing to Mexico and South Korea in embarrassing fashion, bowing out with barely a whimper., "7 of the Craziest Moments in World Cup History," 3 July 2018 Police said amazingly, everyone survived the fiery wreck. Travis Fedschun, Fox News, "Man, ejected from vehicle, survives violent crash at Florida toll plaza," 13 June 2018 Even at a rally in Nashville on Tuesday night, Trump -- amazingly -- said nothing about Roseanne. Chris Cillizza, CNN, "Donald Trump's very situational ethics on Samantha Bee," 1 June 2018 The pair briefly made up for the height difference with Arnold sitting on the shoulders of another dancer, who was, amazingly, performing blind. Andrew Joseph, For The Win, "8 key moments from latest DWTS, including Tonya Harding's odd dance with a bear," 8 May 2018 After speaking at a recent school assembly, the 12-year-old asked how many other girls would like to play and amazingly, all of their hands went up. Caroline Picard, Good Housekeeping, "The First All-Girls Tackle Football League Debuts in Utah," 1 June 2015 More amazingly, his climb up the 75-story building took just 70 minutes. Jordan Valinsky, Popular Mechanics, "Watch the French Spider-Man Scale a 1,000-Foot Dubai Skyscraper," 4 Feb. 2015 Major Stanford then demonstrated amazingly accurate pitching skills and 'distracted' the subject with the use of two cans of Bush's Baked Beans. Howard Cohen, miamiherald, "'Stop! Or I'll hurl these baked beans at you!' And that's what this Florida deputy did," 5 June 2018 All these amazingly talented, beautiful individuals in one space being supportive and just looking stunning together, all here to pull off this one take wonder! Kathryn Lindsay,, "A Great Day In Hollywood," 25 June 2018

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First Known Use of amazingly

1659, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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