remarkably

adverb
re·​mark·​ably | \ ri-ˈmär-kə-blē How to pronounce remarkably (audio) \

Definition of remarkably

1 : in a remarkable manner remarkably talented
2 : as is remarkable remarkably, no one was hurt

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Tallinn's walkable Old Town, divided into lower and upper towns, is surrounded by a remarkably intact wall. Rick Steves, miamiherald, "Here's a way to spice up a trip to Europe: Add a day trip to a neighboring country | Miami Herald," 24 May 2018 Tallinn's walkable Old Town, divided into lower and upper towns, is surrounded by a remarkably intact wall. Rick Steves, USA TODAY, "Rick Steves: Europe’s best border-busting day trips," 6 May 2018 To make it, lead was soaked in vinegar then dried, leaving a remarkably opaque white powder. Serah-marie Mcmahon, Teen Vogue, "This New Book Is All About the Dark (And Sometimes Bloody) History of Fashion," 12 Apr. 2019 George particularly enjoys a remarkably ordinary school life. Rachel Epstein, Marie Claire, "Royal Reporter Katie Nicholl on Harry and Meghan's Next Chapter," 8 Apr. 2019 The luxury property, which took six years to build and cost $100 million, is remarkably exclusive. Elise Taylor, Vogue, "Inside Gigi Hadid’s Chic Alpine Getaway to Jackson Hole," 2 Apr. 2019 Spiced with coriander as well as black pepper, the flavorful shrimp are also remarkably easy to prepare at home. Kitty Greenwald, WSJ, "The Recipe, The Legend: Bombay Bread Bar’s Black Pepper Shrimp," 12 July 2018 All in all, the Orioles (24-64) dropped to a remarkably bad 40 games under .500. Eduardo A. Encina, baltimoresun.com, "After early outburst, Orioles offense sputters in 5-4 loss to Twins; team is 40 games under .500," 7 July 2018 Following the event, King George VI wrote his eldest daughter a letter reminiscing on the day — and this single piece of correspondence might be the strongest evidence of their remarkably close relationship. Heather Finn, Good Housekeeping, "Inside Queen Elizabeth II's Remarkably Close Relationship With Her Father, King George VI," 5 Feb. 2019

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First Known Use of remarkably

1638, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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