Words nearby unusual
OTHER WORDS FROM unusualun·u·su·al·ly, adverbun·u·su·al·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for unusually
This makes me feel better, for, in truth, I have been unusually upset lately.Thank Goodness We’ve Got A Plan! Let the War Begin!|Michael Carson|September 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
An unusually lethal hemorrhagic fever was sweeping through the region.
The authors are unusually energetic in the writing and reasoning, with endless graphs and figures.
She was, unusually for a comedian, as funny and engaging off stage as on.
Opposition to both wrongful birth suits and wrongful life suits comes from an unusually wide array of the political spectrum.
All the other children in the family of unusually superior intelligence.The Measurement of Intelligence|Lewis Madison Terman
The Triforium is unusually fine, and now extends over the north and south choir aisles, but not over the east end.The Cathedrals of Great Britain|P. H. Ditchfield
There are some unusually fine bits from the old Book to help here.Quiet Talks on Service|S. D. Gordon
The charges in One Epistle are unusually comprehensive, but almost none of them is original.Two Poems Against Pope|Leonard Welsted
In the parsonage, too, the evening was spent with unusually animated conversation.Erick and Sally|Johanna Spyri