Particularly and Remarkably


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Particularly adverb – To a great degree.
Usage example: a particularly good explanation

Remarkably and particularly are semantically related. in especially topic. In some cases you can use "Remarkably" instead an adverb "Particularly".
Nearby Words: particular, particularize, particularity, particularise, particularized
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Remarkably adverb – To a remarkable degree or extent.
Particularly and remarkably are semantically related. You can use "Particularly" instead an adverb "Remarkably".
Nearby Words: remark, remarkable, remarked
Synonyms for Remarkably

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  • An issue for both sides in the final attack to retake Iceland, as the F/A-18 Hornet and MiG-29 "Fulcrum" look remarkably similar, particularly in the middle of a giant furball.
  • Andromeda is often depicted (particularly in fanart) as a redhead to match her sisters as Blonde, Brunette, Redhead, even though canon states she has brown hair and looks remarkably like Bellatrix.
  • Olympic level gymnastics, particularly for women, who are considered to have had a remarkably long career if they're still competing at twenty-five.
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