adverb. ['rɪˈmɑːrkəbli, riːˈmɑːrkəbli'] to a remarkable degree or extent.
Words that Rhyme with Remarkably
Example sentences of the word remarkably
It is easy to cut, looks clean and white and is remarkably light.
Quotes containing the word remarkably
1. Usually I'm remarkably good natured. Try me on a day that doesn't end in y.
- Cassandra Clare
2. Hearts may break, but hearts are the toughest of muscles, able to pump for a lifetime, seventy times a minute, and scarcely falter along the way. Even dreams, the most delicate and intangible of things, can prove remarkably difficult to kill.
- Neil Gaiman, Fragile Things: Short Fictions and Wonders
3. The universe danced towards life. Life was a remarkably common commodity. Anything sufficiently complicated seemed to get cut in for some, in the same way that anything massive enough got a generous helping of gravity. The universe had a definite tendency towards awareness. This suggested a certain subtle cruelty woven into the very fabric of space-time.
- Terry Pratchett, Soul Music
adverb. ['rɪˈmɑːrkəbli, riːˈmɑːrkəbli'] in a signal manner.