phenomenally

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phenomenal +‎ -ly

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phenomenally (comparative more phenomenally, superlative most phenomenally)

  1. In a manner that is extraordinary or amazing.
    The tennis player's serve was phenomenally fast.
  2. In terms of phenomena.
    • 2014, Berit Brogard, Does Perception Have Content? (page 97)
      The 'old-look' and the 'bald-pink-and-wrinkled-look' are, in this context at least, one and the same. Phenomenally speaking, that is, the predicates 'old' and 'bald, pink, and wrinkled' here are equivalent []

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