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Spell check of exceptionally

Correct spelling: exceptionally

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.