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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuncommonlyun‧com‧mon‧ly /ʌnˈkɒmənli $ -ˈkɑː-/ adverb [+adj/adverb]  old-fashionedVERY very syn unusually an uncommonly cold morning
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uncommonlyan uncommonly beautiful womanEveryone knew the Druitt girls worked hard and everyone always said they were uncommonly good with animals.But they are aware, too, that the stakes involved in Mr Gorbachev's visit are uncommonly high.The anger on his brow made him look uncommonly like a younger version of his brother.In 1897, after an uncommonly long pause of more than four years, an eleventh son was born.We headquarters troops were uncommonly lucky during that particular period!Not uncommonly, studies of this kind which relate to relatively uncharted areas raise more issues than they solve.Not uncommonly there have been problems in replicating both experimental procedures and the results claimed for them.
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