extremely

All Adverb
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  • Even though extremely long lived, those stars will eventually run out of fuel.
  • For this reason they have become extremely popular around the world since the 1980s.
  • The ability to learn and understand language is an extremely complex process.
  • Many actors considered the large number of takes to be extremely difficult.
  • The film would go on to become extremely successful.
  • It is extremely rare, since he destroyed his designs later in life.
  • Their descendants born already in the new lands are only extremely long-lived, though.
  • The zone was also found to be extremely cost-effective in its job creation.
  • I knew the poor young man himself but little, but he seemed extremely good-natured. Cited from Letters of Horace Walpole v3, Horace Walpole
  • This would prove extremely important in the face of the German advance.
  • Even part-time workers with extremely low hours are classified as employed.
  • Hughes was in extremely poor physical condition at the time of his death.
  • Even if such people are available, they often command extremely high salaries.
  • The years after the war were extremely hard.
  • There exist many extremely long-lived nuclides whose half-lives are still unknown.
  • Religion was considered to be an extremely important social variable in the work of all three.
  • They are extremely curious and most will approach people easily.
  • By contrast, among some Indian holy men, the hair is worn extremely long.
  • In practice, this has proved extremely difficult and has been largely neglected.
  • Washington was finding it extremely difficult to keep his army together, even without any major fighting against the British.
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Meaning of extremely

  • adverb To an extreme degree
    extremely cold, extremely unpleasant