Greatly and Unusually


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Greatly adverb – In a manner befitting a person of the highest character and ideals.
Unusually and greatly are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Unusually" instead an adverb "Greatly".
Nearby Words: great, greatness
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Unusually adverb – To a remarkable degree or extent.
Greatly and unusually are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Greatly" instead an adverb "Unusually".
Nearby Word: unusual
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  • Precursors Somewhat unusually, none of these have gone extinct yet, but their numbers and powers have been greatly diminished.
    Source: Precursors
  • Appears in Star Trek: Voyager with the Ocampa, who are unusually short-lived but possess cognitive faculties greatly in excess of what you would expect from a race where nearly all the members are less than 10 years old.
  • Out-of-Character Moment In the "Cynical Classicist" fanfic series featuring the 11th Doctor, he acts unusually unpleasant to his companion Norine in several stories and in The Conquest of Thasos considers killing the wounded Mardonius, even though that will greatly alter history.
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