unusually


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un·u·su·al

 (ŭn-yo͞o′zho͞o-əl)
adj.
Not usual, common, or ordinary.

un·u′su·al·ly adv.
un·u′su·al·ness n.
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Adv.1.unusually - to a remarkable degree or extent; "she was unusually tall"

unusually

adverb
1. exceptionally, especially, remarkably, extraordinarily, abnormally, uncommonly this year's unusually harsh winter
adjective
1. surprisingly, oddly, strangely, peculiarly, uncommonly Unusually among British prime ministers, he was not a man of natural authority.

unusually

adverb
In a manner or to a degree that is unusual:
Translations
بصورَةٍ غَيْر عادِيَّه
nezvykle
szokatlanul
óvenjulega
nenavadno
alışılmamış

unusually

[ʌnˈjuːʒʊəlɪ] ADV
1. (= unaccustomedly) he arrived unusually latellegó más tarde que de costumbre
the streets were unusually quietlas calles estaban extrañamente silenciosas
unusually for her, she didn't say goodbyeno se despidió, lo cual es raro en ella
2. (= exceptionally) → excepcionalmente, extraordinariamente
this year's unusually harsh winterel invierno excepcionalmente or extraordinariamente riguroso de este año
an unusually gifted manun hombre de excepcional talento, un hombre de un talento poco común or corriente

unusually

[ʌnˈjuːʒuəli] advexceptionnellement, particulièrement

unusually

adv large, quiet, cheerfulungewöhnlich; most unusually, he was lateganz gegen jede Gewohnheit kam er zu spät; unusually for her, she was lateganz gegen ihre Gewohnheit kam sie zu spät; unusually for a big city, it has no cinemaobwohl das für eine Großstadt ungewöhnlich ist, gibt es hier/dort kein Kino

unusually

[ʌnˈjuːʒʊəlɪ] adv (unaccustomedly) → insolitamente; (exceptionally, tall, gifted) → eccezionalmente
most unusually, she was late → fatto molto strano, era in ritardo

unusual

(anˈjuːʒuəl) adjective
not usual; rare; uncommon. It is unusual for him to arrive late; He has an unusual job.
unˈusually adverb
She is unusually cheerful today.
References in classic literature ?
As Christmas approached, the usual mysteries began to haunt the house, and Jo frequently convulsed the family by proposing utterly impossible or magnificently absurd ceremonies, in honor of this unusually merry Christmas.
Consider, now, how it must be in the case of four boats all engaging one unusually strong, active, and knowing whale; when owing to these qualities in him, as well as to the thousand concurring accidents of such an audacious enterprise, eight or ten loose second irons may be simultaneously dangling about him.
Cecilia arrived before the breakfast-table was cleared; as lovely, as gentle, as affectionate as ever--but looking unusually serious and subdued.
Mr Folair's head was usually decorated with a very round hat, unusually high in the crown, and curled up quite tight in the brims.
He was unusually grave and unusually sparing of his words when he answered me.
A little later still, the old gentleman's sharp observation noted that his niece was unusually thoughtful, and that she looked at Arnold, from time to time, with an interest of a new kind--an interest which shyly hid itself from Arnold's view.
The forehead was unusually low and broad; the eyes unusually far apart; the mouth and chin remarkably small.
I survived, through no personal virtue, but because I did not have the chemistry of a dipsomaniac and because I possessed an organism unusually resistant to the ravages of John Barleycorn.
Polly sprinkled crumbs to the doves, who came daily to be fed, and while she watched the gleaming necks and rosy feet, she racked her brain to devise some unusually delightful way of enjoying herself, for she really had bottled up her spirits so long, they were in a state of uncontrollable effervescence.
It tasted something as I should conceive a royal cutlet from the thigh of Louis le Gros might have tasted, supposing him to have been killed the first day after the venison season, and that particular venison season contemporary with an unusually fine vintage of the vineyards of Champagne.
The Southward attraction in our country is so slight that even to a Woman my tale necessarily appeared extraordinary and well-nigh incredible; but my Wife, whose good sense far exceeds that of the average of her Sex, and who perceived that I was unusually excited, did not argue with me on the subject, but insisted that I was ill and required repose.
I was not yet proficient with all the weapons, but my great familiarity with similar earthly weapons made me an unusually apt pupil, and I progressed in a very satisfactory manner.