Curiously and Really


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Curiously adverb – In a manner differing from the usual or expected.
Really and curiously are semantically related. in extremely topic. In some cases you can use "Really" instead an adverb "Curiously", when it comes to topics like unusually.
Nearby Words: curious, curiosity
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Really adverb – In actual fact.
Curiously and really are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Curiously" instead an adverb "Really".
Nearby Words: realize, real, reality, realistic, realization
Synonyms for Really

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  • Series / Brooklyn Nine-Nine I know you're dating Teddy, and it's going really well, it's just... Amy: (curiously) What's going on?
  • Curiously, when Kaito is uploaded into him, he's less concerned with being naked and more concerned with being really tall.
  • Fearless Fool Curiously enough, unlike Tai and Takuya (and Takato, who was never like this) he never really grew out of this.
    Source: Fearless Fool
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