Lexicographical Neighbors of Exceptionably
Literary usage of Exceptionably
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Great Schools of England by Howard Staunton (1865)
"There is one annual examination in which the whole School shares. On this examination the ascent from one Form to another depends. If exceptionably dull, or ..."
2. The Medico-chirurgical Review by James Johnson, Henry James Johnson (1847)
"The engorgement of the spleen, which is observed in intermittent fever, is only exceptionably coincident with a defibrinated state of the blood, ..."
3. The Three Hundred and First Engineers: A History, 1917-1919 by 301st Engineer Regiment, United States Army. Corps of Engineers, Army, United States (1920)
"In spite of an exceptionably open winter, it was impossible to do a great deal with organized athletics during January and February. ..."