What is another word for excellently?

Pronunciation: [ˈɛksələntli] (IPA)

Excellently is an adverb that describes something that is done to a very high standard. There are a number of synonyms that can be used instead of excellently - these include superbly, magnificently, brilliantly, outstandingly, impressively, flawlessly, faultlessly, perfectly, and splendidly. These words can be used to describe a wide range of activities and achievements, from academic work to athletic performance, artistic endeavors, and more. Using synonyms for excellently can help to make your writing more interesting and varied, and can also help to convey a sense of enthusiasm and admiration for the subject at hand.

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What are the opposite words for excellently?

The antonyms for the word "excellently" are numerous, as it is a versatile and subjective term. Some potential opposites include poorly, inadequately, badly, unsatisfactorily, mediocrely, subpar, and simply less than ideal. When something is done excellently, it implies a high level of quality or performance, but when it is done poorly, it suggests the opposite. By using antonyms for "excellently," one can express a different tone or meaning for the situation at hand. It is important to note that antonyms are contextual and can vary based on the context in which the word is used.

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Usage examples for Excellently

He understood excellently what she was concerned with, and bending his legs at the knee showed in this manner that on the soles between the hoofs covering his toes there were also thorns which caused him still greater pain.
"In Desert and Wilderness"
Henryk Sienkiewicz
The children slept excellently the balance of the night, and only at daybreak did they proceed upon their further journey.
"In Desert and Wilderness"
Henryk Sienkiewicz
Before any of these things will bring a girl in sixpence she must do them excellently, and they seem very unlikely to be of the least service in this part of Canada.
"A Prairie Courtship"
Harold Bindloss

Famous quotes with Excellently

  • Nimbus is doing a great service with these excellently produced transformations of piano roll recordings.
    Harold Bauer
  • Even my parents are so cute, and they deal with every movie of mine excellently. They check with me ever so casually by asking 'Now how much of nudity are we going to see in this one?'
    Natasha Henstridge
  • When the sun sets beautifully, other beauties rise. Nature is a theatre; when one great player leaves the scene, another great player immediately enters. The play always continues excellently.
    Mehmet Murat ildan
  • Women never reason and therefore they are, comparatively, seldom wrong. They judge instinctively of what falls under their immediate observation or experience, and do not trouble themselves about remote or doubtful consequences. If they make no profound discoveries, they do not involve themselves in gross absurdities. It is only by the help of reason and logical inference, according to Hobbes, that ?man becomes excellently wise or excellently foolish.?
    Hazlitt
  • His [Satin's] most important contribution to draft resistance was editing the TADP which he compiled from his own well-researched knowledge of Canadian immigration and from material submitted by a number of Canadian and American contributors. The ninety-page book contained every conceivable piece of information that a young American could possibly need to know about moving to Canada, including the demolition of a number of myths. All of it was presented in a strikingly thorough and concise format. It is excellently written. .... If a resister had any doubts about going to Canada before he read the book, he seldom had any after finishing it. ... By mid-1968 the TADP manual had become the first entirely Canadian-published best seller in the United States.
    Mark Satin

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