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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Since then, Lucky has done remarkably well, according to Bearizona spokesperson April White. Scott Craven, azcentral, "Born of tragedy, newborn elk triumphs thanks to kindness of strangers," 12 July 2018 The Padres bullpen has held up remarkably well under a heavy workload. Kevin Acee, sandiegouniontribune.com, "Padres bullpen has shouldered load, now beginning to slump," 26 June 2018 Given such stringent demands, the level of workmanship and imagination in these works is remarkably high. James R. Oestreich, New York Times, "What Does It Mean to Play the ‘Best’ of Bach?," 22 June 2018 The Celtics have played remarkably well since Irving was lost to knee surgery, head coach Brad Stevens building a cohesive, share-the-ball offense that has turned rookie Jayson Tatum into a playoff star at 20. Bruce Jenkins, SFChronicle.com, "Cavs-Celtics: Who’s missing Kyrie Irving more?," 24 May 2018 But the game is still beautiful, and some other teams are playing it remarkably well. Christopher Reynolds, latimes.com, "Catch baseball joy in L.A, Anaheim, San Diego, maybe even the Bay Area," 22 May 2018 Over the decades researchers noticed that a remarkably high number of Parkinson's patients—between 2 and 7 percent—are compulsive gamblers. Ferris Jabr, Scientific American, "How the Brain Gets Addicted to Gambling," 14 May 2018 This office has done that remarkably well for more than 20 years. Linda Girardi, Aurora Beacon-News, "Kane County loses Victims' Rights Unit: 'We received no explanation'," 10 Jan. 2018 Nevertheless, Newton played remarkably well for much of the game, throwing for 349 yards himself. Scott Fowler, charlotteobserver, "10 men who mattered most in Carolina Panthers’ playoff loss to New Orleans Saints," 7 Jan. 2018

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First Known Use of remarkably

1638, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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