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[usually as submodifier] Exceptionally; very.‘he is an uncommonly good talker’
unusually, remarkably, extraordinarily, extra, exceptionally, outstandingly, singularly, particularly, especially, strikingly, markedly, decidedly, notably, eminently, signally, uniquely, extremely, very, inordinately, incredibly, amazingly, awfully, terriblyrightseriously, majorly, ultrajolly, dead, wellpowerfuldevilishly, frightfullyView synonyms
- ‘The room was uncommonly tidy, except for the books on the desk, and there were no pictures on the walls.’
- ‘It was at one uncommonly crowded nights of these that I met Li'l Andy.’
- ‘A string of uncommonly frightening encounters and a grimy dark feel sets the bar.’
- ‘In a land where power is often measured by an executive's fear factor, Lyne is remarkably calm and uncommonly polite.’
- ‘Lydia looked up at Theo, wondering at the uncommonly serious tone in his voice.’
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