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  1. exceptionallyadverb

    to an exceptional degree

    "it worked exceptionally well"


  1. exceptionallyadverb

    To an unusual, remarkable or exceptional degree.


  1. exceptionally

    Exceptionally is an adverb which means to an unusually high degree, surpassing others in some way, extraordinarily, or notably. It can also denote something rare or unusual. It's often used to emphasize a specific quality or characteristic of something or someone.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of exceptionally in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of exceptionally in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of exceptionally in a Sentence

  1. Brian Bethune:

    It is important to keep the right perspective, given the supply chain constraints and the ongoing battle to lasso COVID-19 to the ground, the economy is performing exceptionally well.

  2. Lisa Frankel:

    Individual therapy can be helpful as well, many people have a hard time opening up in groups and do better with individual counseling. If therapy triggers other losses or traumas, these losses might also have to be looked at. Grief that is really debilitating or lasts exceptionally long might be complicated by the association of the loss to other losses and trauma. Individual therapy might be really important to understand this connection and to work it through.

  3. Chief Executive Jeff Stevens:

    Building on momentum from the first quarter, the second quarter is off to an exceptionally strong start.

  4. Zoe Saldana:

    I should have tried everything in my power to cast a Black woman to play an exceptionally perfect Black woman.

  5. James Acton:

    Fukushima is a better analogy than Chernobyl, in this event, evacuations may be required for tens of kilometers around the plant, especially downwind. In the middle of a war those would be exceptionally dangerous.

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