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- adv. In an unusual manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an unusual manner; not commonly; not frequently; rarely; unwontedly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. to a remarkable degree or extent
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Something remained unsaid, her expression unusually grim.
After shutting the door, the chief watched him, his expression unusually pensive.
Russell, 48, a Nampa native who lives in Utah, was among three men who contacted the Statesman about what they described as unusually attentive behavior on Craig's part ....
They told The Huffington Post about a previously unreported moment in which Romney revealed what they described as an unusually high degree of comfort with gays.
However, when questioned on the matter, the Head Gardener noted that she was having great difficulty keeping up with what she called the unusually heavy demands of the chip-loving confinchioneers and that restocking those feeders twice a day is not always feasible.
In the interview, Brown also described his proposal to Sarah, discussed his love life as a younger man and spoke in unusually frank terms about his clashes with his predecessor, Tony Blair.
Now a new study has revealed more about how they do it: wild New Caledonian crows live in unusually small family groups, scientists say.
Jonathan Golub , chief U.S. equity strategist at UBS, thinks now is the time to jump into tech stocks, pointing to a number of tech names he calls "unusually cheap."
Boeing Co. 's newest jetliner models, already suffering from major cost overruns and schedule delays, face a fresh challenge: U.S. safety regulators have issued preliminary rules requiring other aircraft to maintain unusually long distances behind them during landing approaches.
This resulted in unusually stable, double-stranded structures resembling natural DNA.