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

Examples of remarkably in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Most importantly, the dollar value of our off-premise sales has held remarkably steady from deep into last year and that suggests it’s incremental. Alicia Kelso, Forbes, "Applebee’s And IHOP Are ‘All In’ On Ghost Kitchens And Virtual Brands," 6 May 2021 Tracking data has revealed that their routes are remarkably direct considering their paths traverse apparently featureless open ocean. Alex Fox, Smithsonian Magazine, "New Evidence Suggests Sharks Use Earth’s Magnetic Field to Navigate," 6 May 2021 Most of us buy tortilla chips in the supermarket, and that means crunching away on a remarkably uniform product that’s designed to endure the jostle of being shelved, manhandled by customers and that stay crisp for weeks on end. Paul Stephen, San Antonio Express-News, "The best tortillas in San Antonio: The best white corn, yellow corn, flour, whole wheat and tortilla chips from tortillerías," 5 May 2021 Investors are woefully unprepared for such a shift, perhaps because such historic turning points have proven remarkably hard to spot. James Mackintosh, WSJ, "Everything Screams Inflation," 5 May 2021 This thoughtful, multilayered and vividly engrossing movie, a portrait of the artist as a young Mumbai musician, is also a remarkably clear-eyed record of personal frustration, bitterness and failure. Los Angeles Times, "Review: ‘The Disciple’ is already one of the year’s best movies. Does Netflix know — or care?," 5 May 2021 Both Jeremy and Diana feel so remarkably real, their failings relatable, their saucy retorts aspirational. Maureen Lee Lenker, EW.com, "Hot Stuff: Unlikely connections abound in April romance novels," 4 May 2021 With that news item and many others, whoever was running the account revealed themselves to be remarkably quick on the draw. Rachel Syme, The New Yorker, "Twitter’s Most Heartfelt Liza Minnelli Tribute," 1 May 2021 There are plenty of great options out there these days for big-screen TVs that are remarkably affordable. Maren Estrada, BGR, "Crazy Amazon sale slashes a 120″ home theater projector screen to $15," 30 Apr. 2021

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First Known Use of remarkably

1638, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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“Remarkably.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/remarkably. Accessed 14 May. 2021.

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