exceedingly

All Adverb
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  • He struck her at once as being exceedingly good looking in a strong and manly way. Cited from The Elephant God, by Gordon Casserly
  • Frances was described as being exceedingly kind but, like her husband, very strong.
  • Team members attend a total of five competitions and have done exceedingly well in the past.
  • Only a few units were built and reading was exceedingly slow.
  • Construction of the line was exceedingly slow due to difficulty in raising money.
  • It is exceedingly difficult to be an artist without this time-saving help.
  • She had a fine singing voice and exceedingly good looks of "both face and figure".
  • These units turned out to be far more economical to produce and were exceedingly strong.
  • It should be noted that bad faith actions are exceedingly rare outside the United States.
  • The large number of reactions involved are exceedingly complex and not described easily.
  • The English side was exceedingly strong and would probably have beaten any twenty-two in England.
  • Some species are common to the point of being considered vermin while others are exceedingly rare.
  • Although exceedingly heavy snow falls on the nearby mountains, it very rarely falls in the city.
  • The first few years were exceedingly hard for the new settlers.
  • Do little things exceedingly well for love of Me.
  • It can be seen that the numbers grow exceedingly quickly.
  • People born during this class of Cancer are said to be exceedingly under the influence of the moon.
  • William was exceedingly reluctant to accept these conditions; he would only grant the first.
  • He was exceedingly fond of travel, and at different times visited all the leading European countries.
  • Nevertheless, I believe that you now are competent to design exceedingly good buildings.
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Synonyms of exceedingly