What is another word for outstandingly?

Pronunciation: [a͡ʊtstˈandɪŋlɪ] (IPA)

The term "outstandingly" can be replaced with a variety of synonyms, each with their own unique connotation. Some possible alternatives include "exceptionally," "remarkably," "extraordinarily," "uniquely," "impressively," "spectacularly," and "notably." Each of these synonyms emphasizes a quality that sets the subject apart from others, whether it be its unusualness, its striking appearance or performance, or its surpassing excellence. Whether describing a person, an event, or a work of art, using one of these alternative terms can add nuance and dimension to your writing by highlighting the specific aspect of the subject that makes it truly stand out.

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What are the opposite words for outstandingly?

Antonyms for the word "outstandingly" are words that indicate the opposite meaning of the term. Words such as poorly, badly, substandard, unexceptionally, adequacy, and mediocrity are some examples of antonyms for outstandingly. These words suggest that something is not exceptional or remarkable. When we say that something is outstandingly, we mean that it is excellent, exceptional or remarkable. However, when we use antonyms of outstandingly, it suggests that there is nothing special or extraordinary about it. So, while "outstandingly" is a word that denotes high quality or excellence, its antonyms refer to mediocrity or inadequacy.

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Usage examples for Outstandingly

Floris seems to have shown an outstandingly progressive impulse, however, and a social interaction which made it an area of particular cohesiveness and community longevity.
"Frying Pan Farm"
Elizabeth Brown Pryor
Rosalie was twelve then but the others were all so much older, and were so accustomed to treating Rosalie as so very much younger, that the pain and mystery of poor Anna's death was outstandingly of the class of things that were kept within the established wheel of the rectory by "Not in front of Rosalie," or "Hush, here's Rosalie."
"This Freedom"
A. S. M. Hutchinson
One Harry Occleve, of Laetitia's circle, so obviously "the good match," was outstandingly such a case.
"This Freedom"
A. S. M. Hutchinson

Famous quotes with Outstandingly

  • The theory of evolution is outstandingly the most important theory in biology.
    Mark Ridley
  • America is an outstandingly dangerous place. Consider this: every year in New Hampshire a dozen or more people are killed crashing their cars into moose. Now correct me if I am wrong, but this is not something that is likely to happen to you on the way home from Sainsbury's.
    Bill Bryson
  • I regard the two major male archetypes in 20th Century literature as Leopold Bloom and Hannibal Lecter.Bloom, exploited and downtrodden by the Brits for being Irish and rejected by many of the Irish for being Jewish, does indeed epiphanize humanity in the first half of the 20th Century. And he remains a nice guy despite everything that happens...Dr Lecter, my candidate for the male archetype of 1951-2000, will never win any Nice Guy awards, I fear, but he symbolizes our age as totally as Bloom symbolized his. Hannibal's wit, erudition, insight into others, artistic sensitivity, scientific knowledge etc. make him almost a walking one man encyclopedia of Western civilization.What better symbol of our age than a serial killer? Hell, can you think of any recent U.S. President who doesn't belong in the Serial Killer Hall of Fame? And their motives make no more sense, and no less sense, than Dr Lecter's Darwinian one-man effort to rid the planet of those he finds outstandingly loutish and uncouth.
    Robert Anton Wilson
  • I venture to predict that, when we get around to reviewing their records, we will find that the rebels were almost all—all, perhaps—men who had never been outstandingly successful at anything. Their only prominence was among themselves.
    Robert A. Heinlein

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