marvellously

marvellously
adverb
(used as an intensifier) extremely well
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her voice is superbly disciplined

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the colors changed wondrously slowly

Syn:
Derived from adjective: ↑terrific (for: ↑terrifically), ↑marvelous, ↑topping (for: ↑toppingly), ↑superb (for: ↑superbly), ↑wondrous (for: ↑wondrously), ↑wonderful (for: ↑wonderfully)
Usage Domain: ↑intensifier, ↑intensive

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