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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishremarkablyre‧mark‧a‧bly /rɪˈmɑːkəbli $ -ɑːr-/ ●●○ adverb  VERYin an amount or to a degree that is unusual or surprising syn surprisingly[+adj/adverb] She plays the violin remarkably well.[sentence adverb] Remarkably, all of the passengers survived the crash.
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remarkablyHe did a remarkably accurate imitation of the soft, low drag of a rapidly disappearing device.Prague is a remarkably beautiful place.Remarkably, both the kids and the grown-ups enjoyed themselves.He felt remarkably calm, as if everything had already happened to him.Though Centralism comes in many guises and applications, the basic notions that fuel it are remarkably consistent-as are the results.Despite differences in dosage and length of treatment, the results are remarkably consistent.Yet, the voice is young and fresh and remarkably full.The small room looked remarkably like Richard's study.It provides a reasonably equitable and comprehensive service to the whole population at remarkably small cost.And in spite of considerable growth the composition of residential settlement was remarkably stable over time.
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