Remarkably and Unusually

Remarkably

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Remarkably adverb – To a remarkable degree or extent.
Unusually is a synonym for remarkably in usual topic. In some cases you can use "Unusually" instead an adverb "Remarkably", when it comes to topics like surprisingly. popular alternative
Nearby Words: remark, remarkable, remarked
Synonyms for Remarkably

Unusually

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Unusually adverb – To a remarkable degree or extent.
Usage example: she was unusually tall

Remarkably is a synonym for unusually in usual topic. You can use "Remarkably" instead an adverb "Unusually", if it concerns topics such as extremely, surprisingly. popular alternative
Nearby Word: unusual
Synonyms for Unusually

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  • Webcomic / Sequential Art Unusually Uninteresting Sight: Scarlet takes the fact that the Denizens have a trans-dimensional wardrobe remarkably well.
  • Video Game / Where in Time Is Carmen Sandiego? (1997) Unusually Uninteresting Sight: William the Conqueror is remarkably cavalier about his besieged castle.William: Oh, the Saxons are revolting. Again.
  • Brainless Beauty Unusually for this trope, he has actually noticed that he tends to get things without needing to earn them or put effort into it, and that everyone around her is remarkably prone to telling her what they think he wants to hear, and is actually rather bothered by the situation.
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