uncommonly


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un·com·mon

 (ŭn-kŏm′ən)
adj. un·com·mon·er, un·com·mon·est
1. Not common; rare.
2. Wonderful; remarkable.

un·com′mon·ly adv.
un·com′mon·ness n.
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uncommonly

(ʌnˈkɒmənlɪ)
adv
1. in an uncommon or unusual manner or degree; rarely
2. (intensifier): you're uncommonly friendly.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.uncommonly - exceptionally; "a common remedy is uncommonly difficult to find"
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uncommonly

adverb
1. exceptionally, very, extremely, remarkably, particularly, strangely, seriously (informal), unusually, peculiarly, to the nth degree Mary was uncommonly good at tennis.
2. (always used in a negative construction) rarely, occasionally, seldom, not often, infrequently, hardly ever, only now and then, scarcely ever Not uncommonly, family strains may remain hidden behind complaints.
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uncommonly

adverb
In a manner or to a degree that is unusual:
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Translations
إلى دَرَجَةٍ غَيْر عادِيَّه
neobvykle
óvenjulega, sérstaklega
olağanüstü/fevkalâde bir şekilde

uncommonly

[ʌnˈkɒmənlɪ] ADV
1. (o.f.) (= exceptionally) [gifted, pretty, hot] → extraordinariamente
that's uncommonly kind of youha sido usted amabilísimo
2. (= rarely) [encountered] → raramente, rara vez
not uncommonlycon cierta frecuencia
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uncommonly

adv
(= unusually)ungewöhnlich
(= exceptionally)außergewöhnlich; that’s uncommonly civil of you (dated)das ist äußerst freundlich von Ihnen
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uncommonly

[ʌnˈkɒmənlɪ] adv (hot) → insolitamente
not uncommonly → non di rado
it was uncommonly kind of you → è stato squisito da parte sua
to be uncommonly gifted → avere delle doti fuori del comune
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uncommon

(anˈkomən) adjective
rare; unusual. This type of animal is becoming very uncommon.
unˈcommonly adverb
very; unusually. an uncommonly clever person.
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References in classic literature ?
Uncommonly conscientious for a seaman, and endued with a deep natural reverence, the wild watery loneliness of his life did therefore strongly incline him to superstition; but to that sort of superstition, which in some organizations seems rather to spring, somehow, from intelligence than from ignorance.
But then, you see, there's no two of them alike on the seas, and she's an uncommonly ticklish jade to load."
I had carefully prepared myself to take rather a back seat in that ship because of the uncommonly select material that would alone be permitted to pass through the camel's eye of that committee on credentials; I had schooled myself to expect an imposing array of military and naval heroes and to have to set that back seat still further back in consequence of it maybe; but I state frankly that I was all unprepared for this crusher.
"They are an uncommonly handsome pair," he said, "and if they are as good as they look I am sure you need not wish for anything better; but I see you still hold that pet scheme of yours for worrying your horses and lessening their power."
Wopsle, united to a Roman nose and a large shining bald forehead, had a deep voice which he was uncommonly proud of; indeed it was understood among his acquaintance that if you could only give him his head, he would read the clergyman into fits; he himself confessed that if the Church was "thrown open," meaning to competition, he would not despair of making his mark in it.
Her daughter was in the room, too -- an uncommonly fine girl she is, too; she was looking red about the eyes and her lips trembled as I spoke to her.
I'm uncommonly easy, let me tell you, uncommonly easy.
But yet inevitably the Shtcherbatskys were thrown most into the society of a Moscow lady, Marya Yevgenyevna Rtishtcheva and her daughter, whom Kitty disliked, because she had fallen ill, like herself, over a love affair, and a Moscow colonel, whom Kitty had known from childhood, and always seen in uniform and epaulets, and who now, with his little eyes and his open neck and flowered cravat, was uncommonly ridiculous and tedious, because there was no getting rid of him.
It was a thoroughly dull party from the beginning, but if you will come I shall be uncommonly grateful.
But no sooner had he made it clear to himself and his friends that she hardly had a good feature in her face, than he began to find it was rendered uncommonly intelligent by the beautiful expression of her dark eyes.
"Ah, but you ain't nobody, you 're Polly, and you could n't better that if you tried ever so hard." said Tom, warmly, for he really was fond of Polly, and felt uncommonly so just then.
The famous little Becky Puppet has been pronounced to be uncommonly flexible in the joints, and lively on the wire; the Amelia Doll, though it has had a smaller circle of admirers, has yet been carved and dressed with the greatest care by the artist; the Dobbin Figure, though apparently clumsy, yet dances in a very amusing and natural manner; the Little Boys' Dance has been liked by some; and please to remark the richly dressed figure of the Wicked Nobleman, on which no expense has been spared, and which Old Nick will fetch away at the end of this singular performance.