- highly; very: He is eminently qualified.
Origin of eminently
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Having these stories gathered into one eminently readable anthology makes Radiant Truths an important book.Jeff Sharlet’s ‘Radiant Truths’: How Religion Shaped American Literary Journalism
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May 4, 2014
But as Mother Jones pointed out, Affleck is eminently able and qualified to speak on the situation.Why Does Congress Listen to Celebrities like Ben Affleck?
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Mr. Jacquetot weighed seventeen stone, but he was eminently intelligent.The Slave Of The Lamp
Henry Seton Merriman
An eminently characteristic anecdote has been told of his perseverance as a boy.
The gentleman is eminently distinguished for his self-respect.
The inventive faculty has its dangers, and Bunyan was eminently gifted in that way.Bunyan</p>
James Anthony Froude
The envelope was square, of an expensive quality, and eminently aristocratic.The Rise of Roscoe Paine
Joseph C. Lincoln
- extremelyeminently sensible
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