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- adv. To an unusual, remarkable or exceptional degree.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an exceptional or unusual manner; in or to an unusual degree; especially: as, he was exceptionally favored.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. to an exceptional degree
The most popular video game released this year - Grand Theft Auto IV - is available on both PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, which made the title exceptionally popular.
It said it was pleased with the Christmas trading as it came at a time of tough economic challenges and against what it described as an "exceptionally strong Christmas sales last year".
In a classic experiment conducted by Robert Rosenthal and Lenore Jacobson in the 1960s and replicated dozens of times since, pairs of children in classrooms were randomly given the label of exceptionally smart at the start of the school year.
Some markets, such as India, do remain exceptionally strong.
Take a look at a district map, and you will find some very, very weird patterns in exceptionally rural areas.
Bluntly, such advocates on both sides remain exceptionally good at hearing what they want to hear from candidates, and then growing upset when they find out their ideological hearing aids have served them poorly.
Frustration is, in short, exceptionally difficult.
The entire area is remote and lightly fished, and bonefish are in exceptionally good supply.
Law firms do remain exceptionally status-conscious — some college counselors believe that law firms still hire associates based partly on where they were undergraduates.
Armstrong covered the final part of Sunday's eighth stage through Brittany in exceptionally fast time to keep pace with race leader Igor Gonzalez Galdeano of Spain.
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