interestingly

adverb
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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And the same thing happens interestingly when people think about big corporations, big institutions. Lynn Brezosky, ExpressNews.com, "Study: Richer or poorer, cheaters cheat," 31 July 2019 According to the Daily Mail on Sunday (but not confirmed by Kensington Palace yet, interestingly), Kate Middleton and Prince William are planning a tour of Asia this fall. Katherine J. Igoe, Marie Claire, "Everything We Know About Prince William and Kate Middleton's Potential Tour of Asia This Fall," 24 June 2019 Solar eclipses signify new beginnings, but interestingly, this lunation corresponds with a culmination, as well. Aliza Kelly Faragher, Allure, "What August's Taurus Horoscope Means for You," 30 July 2018 Built in 1865, the current chapel replaces the original structure, which, interestingly was not destroyed during a volcanic eruption, as the volcano is dormant, but rather in an earthquake sometime between 1427 and 1428. Jennifer Nalewicki, Smithsonian, "There’s a Chapel Located Inside a Volcano in Spain," 19 July 2019 And perhaps more interestingly, which teams will get superstars like Kevin Durant, Kawhi Leonard and Kyrie Irving? Kirkland Crawford, Detroit Free Press, "NBA free agency live updates: Follow the latest deals, moves and rumors," 28 June 2019 There were the Catholic Church narratives—interestingly, the Eighties and Nineties saw the first revelations of systemic abuse in the church. Margo Jefferson, Harper's magazine, "Lost Boy," 24 June 2019 Some have even just started to interview each other (which close friends Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone did the previous month in a piece published, interestingly enough, by Elle magazine). Sonia Rao, Washington Post, "Madonna’s furious response to her New York Times profile raises questions about what stars expect from journalists," 8 June 2019 Some have even just started to interview each other (which close friends Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone did the previous month in a piece published, interestingly enough, by Elle magazine). Sonia Rao, Houston Chronicle, "Madonna’s furious response to her New York Times profile raises questions about what stars expect from journalists," 7 June 2019

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First Known Use of interestingly

1811, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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