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enormously

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishenormouslye‧nor‧mous‧ly /ɪˈnɔːməsli $ ˈɔːr-/ ●○○ AWL adverb 🔊 🔊 very or very much syn hugely 🔊 an enormously successful actor 🔊 The project has benefited enormously from Jan’s knowledge.
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enormouslyNevertheless, I missed Mama enormously, and hated the feeling of being cut off from her.Their secret lies in their enormously elongated toes, which spread their weight over a wide area of lily leaf.The practical problems for an artist working in the streets, markets or in the homes various enormously from day to day.These devices can vary enormously in nature and scope: from the overall presentation of narrative structure down to linguistic play.America's Hispanic population has grown enormously in recent years.Counties vary enormously in their supply of early education programs.I was hot, as if I were standing under an enormously powerful dark sun.Even elsewhere, its role has grown enormously since the nineteenth century.They have proved enormously successful in both commercial and aesthetic terms.
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