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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Its formula—a lurid compound of domestic dysfunction, gleeful racial stereotypes, and live-audience jeering—has proved remarkably durable. Margaret Talbot, The New Yorker, "The Paternity Reveal," 24 June 2019 Christina Applegate is remarkably good as a real estate agent whose husband was recently killed by a hit-and-run driver, and she is obsessed with finding out whodunit. Matthew Gilbert, BostonGlobe.com, "Binge-worthy shows just right for summer," 23 June 2019 Still in remarkably good shape after four and a half centuries, the Mercuriale tome was the beneficiary of early printing methods. Mike Berardino, Indianapolis Star, "For George Rugg, curating Notre Dame's collection of sports gems has been labor of love," 18 June 2019 Even so, Egypt’s old religion proved remarkably durable, partially due to its ability to absorb other influences. National Geographic, "Ancient Egypt gave rise to one of the world's oldest Christian faiths," 19 Apr. 2019 The letters, written in remarkably good Latin, Celli said, gave the Holy See the first solid evidence of a Catholic Church divided into two communities. Nicole Winfield, The Seattle Times, "Vatican negotiator reveals decades-long path to China deal," 25 Mar. 2019 Ng, who’s remarkably adept at shifting among her characters’ distinct voices, weaves a tale of two radically different families. The Atlantic, "What We’re Reading This Summer," 28 June 2019 Harris stood out from the stage of 10 most remarkably during an exchange with former Vice President Joe Biden over segregation and busing. CBS News, "Kamala Harris, Pete Buttigieg and Marianne Williamson won Google search war," 28 June 2019 Despite a busy agenda and an urgent list of world problems, expectations for significant progress are remarkably low, even within the Trump administration. latimes.com, "Today: Across the Democratic Divide," 27 June 2019

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First Known Use of remarkably

1638, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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