- anghyffredinhynod o
Adjective(1) beyond what is ordinary or usual; highly unusual or exceptional or remarkable(2) far more than usual or expected(3) (of an official
(1) Given their unusual appearance and extraordinary biology, it is not surprising that Asians have credited sea horses with magical powers.(2) So, they do rely on snipers to a really extraordinary amount.(3) To them, Ôö¼├║500 seemed an extraordinary amount of money for a team with no pedigree, a bunch of unknowns that would do little to entice the supporters through the gates at Inverleith.(4) They were faced with a remarkable, extraordinary , exhibition of magnanimity.(5) Airline unions have an extraordinary amount of power.(6) He's an extraordinary father and a remarkable husband, a terrific human being.(7) Change is extremely slow, and even small improvements take extraordinary amounts of time, energy, and money; but small changes can be found.(8) Despite the belief in some quarters that an extraordinary amount can be accomplished in a mere seven days, it will take a bit longer for people to come down from the emotions of the election.(9) Journalists spend an extraordinary amount of time paring the information in their copy down to the bare minimum, especially in the all-important lead paragraph.(10) And they remarked on the extraordinary contrasts of the river where it flows wide and deep for long stretches before being suddenly interrupted by rapids.(11) There followed a remarkable journey for an extraordinary man.(12) There has been an extraordinary amount of cooperation between federal, state, and local law enforcement officials, and we're ready.(13) The prince also said he will convene an extraordinary session if it is necessary to finalize the bill.(14) Weaver's biography brings forth the life of an extraordinary talent and her remarkable career.(15) A move to dissolve the society and distribute assets was defeated at an extraordinary meeting convened by Mr Kelly in July that year.(16) This extraordinary woman lived a remarkable life.
(1) extraordinary items :: eitemau anghyffredin
1. remarkable ::
2. very great ::
3. sinful ::
1. common ::
2. customary ::
3. normal ::
4. ordinary ::
5. typical ::
6. usual ::
Different Formsextraordinarily, extraordinary
Word Example from TV Shows
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Money Heist Season 1, Episode 11
We're going to inject gas
at an EXTRAORDINARY pressure.
Money Heist Season 3, Episode 6
Well, I do admire your resolve.
You're an EXTRAORDINARY woman.
The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 23
And granted, there are aspects
of you that are EXTRAORDINARY,
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 6
Extraordinary intelligence might well
appear extraterrestrial to you...
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 15
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