unusually, remarkably, outstandingly, unco(adverb)
to a remarkable degree or extent
"she was unusually tall"
In an unusual manner.
British National Corpus
Rank popularity for the word 'unusually' in Adverbs Frequency: #429
The numerical value of unusually in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of unusually in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Softer output and employment numbers merely represent a cooling in the pace of expansion from unusually strong rates earlier in the year.
We find it reasonable to excuse the bad news in the February data because of the unusually cold weather during the month and think a weather-related rebound is likely in March.
( He) increased the turnout of young voters, it was unusually high. Same thing with independents. They were an unusually large share, 20 % of Iowa caucus-goers, and they went overwhelmingly well for Bernie Sanders.
While parts of the East Coast have struggled in the face of adverse weather, other regions basked in unusually warm temperatures, boosting business above seasonal norms, activity levels surged higher and inflows of new business boomed as a result.
There has been an unusually high number of sea lions stranded since January, stranding does happen, but just to give you perspective, 1,800 [sea lion] pups have been responded to this year alone. We responded to 1,600 strandings total during the entire year in 2013.
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