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Spell check of exceptionally

Correct spelling: exceptionally

Synonyms:
irregularly, notable, eminently, most, uncommonly, curiously, quirkily, outstandingly, singularly, unordinarily, phenomenally, incongruously, strikingly, strangely, aberrantly, oddly, distinctly, awful, notwithstanding, freakishly, wonderfully, unusually, especially, anomalously, improperly, highly, idiosyncratically, novelly, deviantly, very, particularly, peculiarly, erratically, overwhelmingly, fantastically, unfamiliarly, funnily, abnormally, incredibly, extraordinarily, exceedingly, differently, unique, uniquely, nonconformingly, extremely, exotic, greatly, odd, notably, divergently, inconsistently, offbeat, eccentrically, remarkably, extra, untypically, qualifiedly, surprising, big, excellently, enormously, awfully, atypically, outlandishly, superiorly, dreadfully, unusual, provisionally, supremely, reservedly, crazily, conditionally, bizarrely, unconventionally, uncustomarily, out of the ordinary, special, incompatibly, mighty, usual, queerly, remarkable.

Examples of usage:

1) Some are less successful than others, but the average is exceptionally high, and the best cuts are full of movement and life. - "Fine Books", Alfred W. Pollard.

2) He had obtained all his implements and most of the materials he required for his house- building from Grantly, giving him a claim upon his possessions as security, in addition to a promise to pay at a date by which harvest was usually over; but owing to an exceptionally cold spring, harvest was late that year. - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.

3) Like all those who have an exceptionally loyal friendship to give, he could not pretend to give it to every person introduced to him. - "George Du Maurier, the Satirist of the Victorians", T. Martin Wood.

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