Origin of extraordinary
Examples from the Web for extraordinarily
This is important in the concentration process, which takes place by means of an extraordinarily measured period of boiling.
How reliable were the other witnesses, given the extraordinarily charged atmosphere surrounding this case?Ferguson’s Grand Jury Bought Darren Wilson’s Story|Paul Campos|November 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“Having too much money allows you to be extraordinarily unfocused, which is a bad thing,” Lerer told me back in March.Journalists + eBay Billionaire = Chaos. The Troubles at Pierre Omidyar’s First Look Media|Lloyd Grove|November 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We are strong in our accomplishments, yet by some cruel irony we possess soft sensitive bodies and extraordinarily tall buildings.Thank Goodness We’ve Got A Plan! Let the War Begin!|Michael Carson|September 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
However, you could also say that he was extraordinarily lucky.Vogue Photographer Erwin Blumenfeld: Secrets of a Fashion Legend|Tim Teeman|September 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
His oscillating perch above the boiler was extraordinarily warm, and he bought a gallon jug of cider from a farmer by the way.Where the Blue Begins|Christopher Morley
This tickled Mr. Sloppy as an extraordinarily good joke, and he threw back his head and laughed with measureless enjoyment.Ten Girls from Dickens|Kate Dickinson Sweetser
She having donne her businesse was extraordinarily rewarded for her paines, and sent blinfold away.Brief Lives (Vol. 2 of 2)|John Aubrey
He felt comfortable, quite at ease, and extraordinarily glad that he had dedicated an hour to the purpose of coming here.The Devil's Garden|W. B. Maxwell
Like him I've been extraordinarily stripped of all that made life lovely.In the Mountains|Elizabeth von Arnim
British Dictionary definitions for extraordinarily
Word Origin for extraordinary
Word Origin and History for extraordinarily
early 15c., from Latin extraordinarius "out of the common order," from extra ordinem "out of order," especially the usual order, from extra "out" (see extra-) + ordinem (nominative ordo) "order" (see order). Related: Extraordinarily.