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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoutstandinglyout‧stand‧ing‧ly /aʊtˈstændɪŋli/ adverb  GOOD/EXCELLENTextremely well He played outstandingly. She performed outstandingly well in her examinations. an outstandingly talented musician
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outstandinglyThe 37 who completed the course performed well enough but not outstandingly.The crucial ingredient that turned his clothes into something outstandingly elegant always came from the woman wearing them.Cash rewards were offered to the outstandingly fertile.Zenaida Yanowksy, outstandingly, finds an innocence and gravity in the role of the Chief Nymph that are of another era.Laura and Ross were such an outstandingly good-looking couple, and obviously so very much in love.My goodness, we certainly did have some outstandingly good preachers around these parts, particularly before the war.The five Lunar Orbiter spacecraft, launched at three-month intervals in 1966 and 1967, were all outstandingly successful.In bulk output, Great Britain was outstandingly the biggest producer of textiles, for example.
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