remarkably

adverb
re·​mark·​ably | \ ri-ˈmär-kə-blē \

Definition of remarkably

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

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On the other hand, fingerprint evidence has been used since the early 20th century and there was remarkably little serious study of its accuracy or error rates. Angela Chen, The Verge, "The dean of UCLA Law explains the uncertain future of forensic science," 20 Dec. 2018 And to date, Waymo's technology has gotten remarkably little oversight from government officials in either Phoenix or Washington, DC. Timothy B. Lee, Ars Technica, "Fully driverless Waymo taxis are due out this year, alarming critics," 1 Oct. 2018 There is remarkably little information out there for F/A-XX, surprising considering the Navy originally wanted an in-service date of 2030. Kyle Mizokami, Popular Mechanics, "What You Need To Know About the Air Force and Navy's Next Fighter Jets," 18 July 2018 Rather remarkably, Croatia have multiple stars competing for Europe's elite clubs. SI.com, "Pride and Passion: Croatia's Unrelenting Fighting Spirit Continues to Carry National Hope," 12 July 2018 There was remarkably little litter, the exception being spots along the shore where ocean currents deposited refuse that was mostly related to fishing. Doug Hansen, sandiegouniontribune.com, "Hiking Spain's wild coast," 12 July 2018 The Trump-Russia investigation has thus far proceeded with remarkably little procedural wrangling, but that may be about to change as Mueller starts pressing for evidence the White House doesn’t want to hand over. Matthew Yglesias, Vox, "The week’s 4 big political stories, explained," 4 May 2018 There’s been remarkably little division; here and there, people have questions. Don Stacom, Courant Community, "Eluding Deportation, New Britain Couple Takes Sanctuary In Old Lyme," 22 Mar. 2018 In exchange for its myriad (alleged) efforts to benefit the mogul’s candidacy, the Kremlin has received remarkably little in return. Eric Levitz, Daily Intelligencer, "Trump: Putin Can Help Solve America’s Problem With ‘Ukraine’," 21 Mar. 2018

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First Known Use of remarkably

1638, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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