Definition of Phenomenally

1. Adverb. To a phenomenal degree. "His reaction was phenomenally quick"

Partainyms: Phenomenal



Definition of Phenomenally

1. Adverb. In a manner that is extraordinary or amazing. ¹

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Definition of Phenomenally

1. [adv]

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Literary usage of Phenomenally

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1. The Institutes of the Law of Nations: A Treatise of the Jural Relations of by James Lorimer (1883)
"... by which one separate political entity has satisfied itself that another entity, phenomenally presented to it, possesses a separate political existence ..."

2. Summer Tours by the Canadian Pacific Railway by Canadian Pacific Railway Company (1889)
"of this region are not phenomenally large, but they are very plentiful, and as gamey as can be found. Fish from two to three pounds are common enough, ..."

3. Thoughts on the Metaphysics of Theosophy by S. Sandaram Iyer (1883)
"Thus the proposition of the existence of the human soul is demonstrated both inferentially and phenomenally. 93, I next proceed to discuss the question of ..."

4. Exploratio Philosophica by John Grote (1900)
"Kinds of things result, phenomenally, from the manner of the arrangement of the ... An organized being is, phenomenally, a sort of focus or centre, where, ..."

5. Philosophy and Religion: Selections from the Manuscripts of the Late James by James Hinton (1881)
"Holding it to be good, and studying it so, in all its details, mastering it phenomenally, it will reveal to us what that good reality is which causes us to ..."

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