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  • She was even more strikingly beautiful to-night than I had thought her before. Cited from Lady Larkspur, by Meredith Nicholson
  • She attracted attention because she stood over six feet tall and was strikingly beautiful.
  • The new station is constructed in glass to give a strikingly modern style.
  • She had the air of a woman who had been strikingly beautiful in her younger days. Cited from Ruth Fielding at the War Front, by Alice B. Emerson
  • The most common causes of disease leading to death around the world are strikingly similar.
  • Many houses have strikingly few and small windows on the ground floor.
  • For what cause is the fortune of these countries so strikingly changed? Cited from Fables of Infidelity and Facts of Faith, by Robert Patterson
  • Could any thing prove more strikingly my isolated position in the world than this single fact? Cited from Ernest Linwood, by Caroline Lee Hentz
  • The trees often carry some strikingly yellow or red leaves, especially in winter or on new growth.
  • In the last few years some strikingly modern new public buildings have been erected in the city.
  • This case was strikingly similar to the one at hand and provided key case law for the decision.
  • Names, set scenes, and even major parts of the story, are strikingly similar.
  • But there was one whose face must have been strikingly beautiful. Cited from Mexico and its Religion, by Robert A. Wilson
  • Most strikingly, this early town featured a massive stone wall over high and wide at the base.
  • During winter, the ice sheet takes on a strikingly clear blue/green color.
  • But look to later ages, and see whether man has been so strikingly similar to us of the present day. Cited from Continental Monthly, Vol I, Issue I, January 1862, by Various
  • The gate tower below the hill castle is of a strikingly weak design.
  • He possessed no strikingly fine feature, and yet the whole man was handsome. Cited from The Mayor of Warwick, by Herbert M. Hopkins
  • The three nave church room is relatively short and therefore appears strikingly high.
  • Compared to other government organizations and programs, this number is strikingly low.
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Meaning of strikingly

  • adverb In a striking manner
    this was strikingly demonstrated, the evidence was strikingly absent