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exquisitely

[ ik-skwiz-it-lee, ek-skwi-zit-lee ]
/ ɪkˈskwɪz ɪt li, ˈɛk skwɪ zɪt li /
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adverb
excellently, especially in a way that shows extreme refinement or elegance:The scenic design is gorgeous, and the show is exquisitely lit.Under the tree stands a group of exquisitely sculpted Buddhas.
to a degree that is exceptional or extraordinary:String theory suggests that the universe is created by the vibrations of exquisitely tiny superstrings in ten spatial dimensions.
to an extreme degree; intensely: Until that point, I had not heard the details of my students’ exquisitely personal stories of the experience of war.The ocean swim was truly invigorating, and I felt exquisitely alive.
showing keen sensitivity:The blood-brain barrier is a network that exquisitely controls the movement of cells and molecules between the blood and the fluid that surrounds the brain.
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OTHER WORDS FROM exquisitely

su·per·ex·quis·ite·ly, adverb
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