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strikingly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstrikinglystrik‧ing‧ly /ˈstraɪkɪŋli/ adverb 🔊 🔊 1 in a way that is very easy to noticestrikingly similar/different 🔊 The two experiments produced strikingly different results.2 used to emphasize that someone or something is beautiful in a way that is easy to notice 🔊 one of the most strikingly attractive regions in Britain
Examples from the Corpus
strikinglyThe reaction of modern institutions to current challenges and resistance are strikingly contradictory, even schizophrenic.At first glance, these various theories appear strikingly different in terms of their methods and objectives.She was under five feet five inches tall, but strikingly good-looking, with dark hair and eyes and vivacious manners.Yet several activists had strikingly heavy domestic commitments.Generally active by day, wrasse are some of the most colourful and strikingly marked fish.You find it most strikingly on the World Wide Web.The comet Tempel-Tuttle follows an orbit that is strikingly similar to that of the Leonids.The results were strikingly uniform: alcohol inhibited all these responses.strikingly similar/differentThe approaches to the two issues, though, have been strikingly different.The plumage of most male and female pheasants is strikingly different.Their records in these Tests are strikingly similar.Careful listening has meant a succession of books strikingly different from each other.They all suggested that the responses of the women and girls they studied were strikingly different from men's.At first glance, these various theories appear strikingly different in terms of their methods and objectives.All 43 Texas Cowboys and pledges who were at the initiation picnic in Bastrop County tell strikingly similar stories about that night.The comet Tempel-Tuttle follows an orbit that is strikingly similar to that of the Leonids.
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