Remarkably and Specially


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Remarkably adverb – To a remarkable degree or extent.
Specially and remarkably are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Specially" instead an adverb "Remarkably".
Nearby Words: remark, remarkable, remarked
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Specially adverb – To a great degree.
Usage example: a specially gifted pianist

Remarkably and specially are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Remarkably" instead an adverb "Specially".
Nearby Words: special, specialty, speciality, specialist, specialization
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  • Disabled Love Interest Leo is remarkably cheerful and Hot-Blooded for the trope, sort of a Handsome Lech as well, very popular with women (specially the female leads, Gianna/Shanna and Sabrina) and he wasn't born blind - he lost his sight in an accident when he was a teenager.
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