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ex·traor·di·nar·y

 (ĭk-strôr′dn-ĕr′ē, ĕk′strə-ôr′-)
adj.
1. Beyond what is ordinary or usual: extraordinary authority.
2. Highly exceptional; remarkable: an extraordinary achievement.
3. Employed or used for a special service, function, or occasion: a minister extraordinary; an extraordinary professor.

[Middle English extraordinarie, from Latin extraōrdinārius : extrā, outside; see extra- + ōrdō, ōrdin-, order; see order.]

ex·traor′di·nar′i·ly (-dn-âr′ə-lē) adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.extraordinarily - extremely; "she was inordinately smart"; "it will be an extraordinarily painful step to negotiate"

extraordinarily

adverb
In a manner or to a degree that is unusual:
Translations
بِصورَة غَير عادِيَه، بِصورَة مُدْهِشَه
ekstaordinært
óvenjulega, einkennilega; einstaklega
izredno
olağanüstü şekilde

extraordinarily

[ɪksˈtrɔːdnrɪlɪ] ADV
1. (= exceptionally) [difficult, beautiful, kind] → extraordinariamente
2. (= strangely) extraordinarily, nobody was killed in the explosionlo increíble es que nadie muriese en la explosión

extraordinarily

[ɪkˈstrɔːrdənrɪli] adv
(= exceptionally) → extraordinairement
(with adjective) (= surprisingly) → remarquablement
(with clause)bizarrement, étrangement
Extraordinarily, this is not compulsory → Bizarrement, ce n'est pas obligatoire.

extraordinarily

advaußerordentlich; (= unusually) high, low, good, difficult, wellungemein; (introducing sentence) → erstaunlicherweise

extraordinarily

[ɪksˈtrɔːdnrɪlɪ] advstraordinariamente

extraordinary

(ikˈstroːdənəri) adjective
surprising; unusual. What an extraordinary thing to say!; She wears the most extraordinary clothes.
extraordinarily (ikˈstroːdənərəli) , ((American) ikstro:rdəˈnerəli) adverb
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Clarence Richmond, a quiet passionate man extraordinarily admired by his neighbors, had been killed in a street fight with the editor of a newspaper in Toledo, Ohio.
We expect of a small child a scant one, but there was in this beautiful little boy something extraordinarily sensitive, yet extraordinarily happy, that, more than in any creature of his age I have seen, struck me as beginning anew each day.
The extraordinarily close resemblance of the brothers to each other suggested a witticism to Tom Driscoll, and just as the chairman began a speech he skipped forward and said, with an air of tipsy confidence, to the audience:
She looked so extraordinarily earnest and pretty, that I stopped in a sort of wonder; and they all observed her at the same time, for as I stopped, they laughed and looked at her.
I remember Mr Hubble as a tough high-shouldered stooping old man, of a sawdusty fragrance, with his legs extraordinarily wide apart: so that in my short days I always saw some miles of open country between them when I met him coming up the lane.
Lofting invents fantastic animals he gives them a kind of credible possibility which is extraordinarily convincing.
Then, looking at the portrait, he added, as if a little startled, "It certainly is an extraordinarily attractive face.
She was an extraordinarily beautiful girl, Margaret Devereux, and made all the men frantic by running away with a penniless young fellow-- a mere nobody, sir, a subaltern in a foot regiment, or something of that kind.
He is extraordinarily thin and his dress-coat hangs on a skeleton frame.
Of course there is no guaranteeing (this is my comment) that it will not be, for instance, frightfully dull then (for what will one have to do when everything will be calculated and tabulated), but on the other hand everything will be extraordinarily rational.
Here Ulysses lay down, and Eumaeus covered him over with a great heavy cloak that he kept for a change in case of extraordinarily bad weather.
Further than this, how extraordinarily the ways of God have been manifested beyond example: the sea is divided, a cloud has led the way, the rock has poured forth water, it has rained manna, everything has contributed to your greatness; you ought to do the rest.

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