in·​ter·​est·​ing·​ly | \ ˈin-t(ə-)rə-stiŋ-lē How to pronounce interestingly (audio) ; ˈin-tə-ˌre-, ˈin-ˌtre-; ˈin-tər-\

Definition of interestingly

1 : in an interesting manner
2 : as a matter of interest

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But more interestingly, there were a ton of outright wild notebooks at CES 2019. Brad Chacos, PCWorld, "6 important CES 2019 reveals and trends that PC enthusiasts need to know about," 11 Jan. 2019 And interestingly, the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association reported earlier this year that Hawaii has the lowest skin cancer rate of any state's population. Marci Robin, Allure, "Google Searches May Reveal Which States Have Gotten the Most Sunburns So Far This Summer," 12 Aug. 2018 More interestingly, Microsoft is also reportedly considering a disc-to-digital program that will convert physical disc libraries into digital ones. Tom Warren, The Verge, "Microsoft’s next-generation Xbox is codenamed Anaconda," 18 Dec. 2018 But interestingly, the phrase first entered the American consciousness via a concurring opinion in a seminal Supreme Court case. Chad Pergram, Fox News, "What 'The Twilight Zone' has to do with one of the most important Supreme Court decisions in history," 28 Sep. 2018 Now interestingly, that’s something Donald Trump was trying to do with Ford and other companies that were doing that. Eric Johnson, Recode, "American capitalism broke in the 1980s. Can it be fixed?," 7 Nov. 2018 On her recent first solo trip abroad to Africa, noted feminist hero and First Lady Melania Trump took a break from modeling colonialist fashion to speak with ABC News about her role, and, interestingly, MeToo. Michelle Ruiz, Vogue, "Melania Trump Attempts to "Both Sides" MeToo," 10 Oct. 2018 This was, interestingly, not a Second Amendment case that attempted to argue that prohibiting guns near schools violated an individual’s rights to keep and bear arms. Matthew Yglesias, Vox, "Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation will delegitimize the Supreme Court — and that’s good," 5 Oct. 2018 And interestingly, Ta uses a second foundation, Kryolan Dermacolor Camouflage Creme Foundation, as a way to highlight the area under Kardashian West's eyes and next to her nose. Marci Robin, Allure, "Makeup Artist Patrick Ta Loves Using Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation on Kim Kardashian," 17 Aug. 2018

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1811, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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