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- adv. Greatly; enormously
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a tremendous manner; in a manner to awe or astonish; with excessive force or magnitude.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. extremely
I benefited tremendously from the intellectual stimulation of the city.
We went to war with the wrong country and they just happened to benefit tremendously from the ensuing chaos.
Louisiana is one of the poorest states in the nation and its citizens would benefit tremendously from a public option, or even better, Universal Coverage.
But if you step back, look beyond the current moment, and consider the broader context, you'll see that Democrats are actually in tremendously strong shape for the long term.
UM is a great law school, and our clients will benefit tremendously from the assistance the fellows will provide.
It benefited tremendously from a good “high concept” and a great cast (especially Zach Galifainakis), but the execution was just plain mediocre.
One of the movies that influenced me tremendously is Lindsay Anderson's If .....
The nation and, indeed, the entire world would benefit tremendously from a new method of generating energy which did not make use of fossil fuels.
At this point we got the exact opposite of the oil price shock-increase — low inflation with high employment … Reagan benefited tremendously from the OPEC collapse …
At UCLA I benefited tremendously from the knowledge, generosity, and scholarly examples of Bill Worger, Ned Alpers, and Chris Ehret, who encouraged me to sustain my interest in early-modern history while pursuing specialist training as an Africanist.
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