Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In the utmost degree; to the utmost; more commonly, to a very great degree; exceedingly: as, extremely hot or cold; extremely painful.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. In an extreme manner or state; in the utmost degree; to the utmost point; exceedingly.
- adv. to an extreme degree
- adv. to a high degree or extent; favorably or with much respect
- extreme + -ly (Wiktionary)
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“Darshika Selvasivam, vice-president of the York Federation of Students, said she found the use of the word "extremely alarming.”
“Darkshika Selvasivam, vice-president of the York Federation of Students, said she found the use of the word "extremely alarming.”
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“It also finished the quarter with a cash position of $7.57 billion, which it described as "extremely healthy and low leverage," after quarterly investments of $4.5 billion, including for the start-up of new coal, copper, nickel, iron-ore pellet, phosphate and hydroelectric-power facilities.”
“Davis and Kuehn said they expect U.S. domestic package volume to be flat in the third quarter compared to the year-earlier period amid what they called an "extremely sluggish" economic environment, after a rise of 0.1% in the second quarter.”
“A group of watercolor and ink studies made in 1913, most from the Lenbachhaus und Kunstbau in Munich, allows us to follow Kandinsky as he strove to re-create what he described as the "extremely powerful impressions" of Moscow he received on his trip.”
“This latest round of bidding sparked a price shoot-out that saw both Boeing and EADS submitting what they described as extremely competitive bids.”
“Russia's No. 2 lender, said it swung to a first-quarter net loss and lowered its year-end outlook for bad debts, in what it described as extremely tough economic conditions.”
“The hospital says it suspected it had a problem in June after discovering what it called extremely high levels of the heart drug into the patients -- Anderson.”
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