Exceedingly in a sentence

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Definition of Exceedingly

  • To a very great degree; beyond what is usual; surpassingly. It signifies more than very.
  • to an extreme degree

How to use exceedingly in a sentence. Exceedingly pronunciation.

We canvassed the subject awhile and then concluded it was a ruse, and that the Indians had some better reason for leaving in a hurry than fears of a flood in such an exceedingly dry time.
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But was exceedingly surpriz'd to see that they had lost their Colour, and were all White instead of Yellow.
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The character was sharply individualised, but he stands as the representative of an exceedingly familiar Slavonic type, and no other novelist has succeeded so well, because no other novelist has understood Rudin so clearly as his creator.
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Turgenev's girls never seem to have any fun; how different they are from the twentieth century American novelist's heroine, for whom the world is a garden of delight, with exceedingly attractive young men as gardeners!
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Lacking beauty, wit, and learning, she has an irrepressible and an irresistible virginal charm-the exceedingly rare charm of youth when it seeks not its own.
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This is an exceedingly difficult scene for a novelist, but not too difficult for Turgenev, who has made it beautiful and sweet.
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The artist created in the image of Bazarov an exceedingly characteristic representative of the new formation of life, of the new movement, and christened it with a wonderfully fitting word, which made so much noise, which called forth so much condemnation and praise, sympathy and hatred, timid alarm and bold raving.
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But even by this method, which would be exceedingly irritating in a writer of less skill, additional interest in the character is aroused.
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This is an exceedingly entertaining book, and, a strange thing in Dostoevski, it is, in many places, hilariously funny.
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The criminal psychology of this novel and the scenes at the trial are more interesting than those in "Crime and Punishment," for the prisoner is a much more interesting man than Raskolnikov, and by an exceedingly clever trick the reader is completely deceived.
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The circumstances that gave rise to its composition are described in an exceedingly interesting article in the New York "Sun" for 10 October 1909, "A Visit to Count Leo Tolstoi in 1887," by Madame Nadine Helbig.
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He very soon abandoned law for literature, as so many writers have done, and his rise has been exceedingly rapid.
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My case seemed an exceedingly bad one; and I had no idea from where any help could come.
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He sustained us both exceedingly.
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The symptoms were exceedingly unfavorable, and my own opinion coincided with my professional brother's.
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This harsh greeting, distressed Josephine exceedingly, and she attempted to excuse herself; but his Majesty replied in such a manner as to bring tears to her eyes, though he afterwards repented of this, and begged pardon of the Empress, acknowledging that he had been wrong.
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In spite of the cold, she had had her hair dressed with silver wheat and blue flowers, and wore a white satin polonaise, edged with swan's down, which costume was exceedingly becoming.
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Princess Pauline wore an exceedingly handsome toilet; but this did not increase the charms of her person nearly so much as that worn by the Queen of Holland, which, though simple, was elegant and full of taste.
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I can cite, among many others in my knowledge, a little anecdote which touched me exceedingly, and which I take much pleasure in relating, since, while it triumphantly answers the calumnies of which I have spoken, it also proves the special consideration with which his Majesty honored me, and consequently, both as a father and a faithful servant, I experience a mild satisfaction in placing it in these Memoirs.
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The process of making sugar is exceedingly interesting.
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Examples of Exceedingly

Example #1
At seven in the evening we went to bed in the second story-with our clothes on, as usual, and all three in the same bed, for every available space on the floors, chairs, etc.
Example #2
So, where was the flood to come from?
Example #3
However at the present he stifled his Resentments, and told his man that he must fetch the Money out of the Till, for he remember'd now he had paid away all his Guineas.
Example #4
Never was Man_, says he, _so Trick'd as I have been last Night.
Example #5
It is an entire mistake to speak of him, as so many do nowadays, as an obsolete or rather a "transitional" type.
Example #6
Such and such a man is a Rudin," has been a common expression for over fifty years, as we speak of the Tartuffes and the Pecksniffs.