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Correct spelling:
extremely (adverb)
largely, almighty, uncommonly, exceedingly, in a great measure, highly, unusually, simply, positively, indeed, powerful, good and, excessively, particularly, urgently, considerably, tremendously, seriously, a bit of, imperatively, ever so, decidedly, quite, much, materially, dearly, noticeably, intensely, exaggeratedly, on a large scale, almightily, severely, indispensably, awfully, hugely, immoderately, emphatically, no end, powerfully, extensively, exceptionally, beyond compare, extraordinarily, very much, without restraint, more or less, greatly, to a great extent, precious, pretty, somewhat, prodigiously, amply, vastly, enormously, immensely, in the extreme, astonishingly, in part, so, incredibly, superlatively, notably, sizably, substantially, wonderfully, just so, infinitely, in a marked degree, to a great degree, helluva, hell of a, beyond measure, remarkably, conspicuously, surprisingly, rather, right smart, pressingly, by far, acutely, certainly, markedly, to a fault, to no small extent, right.
Other synonyms:
unalloyed, Midland, same, unqualified, specific, real, deadly, exceptionally, profound, mighty, include, greatly, stark, dreadful, awfully, complete, clean, unmitigated, precise, rank, effective, actually, categorical, factual, really, pure, simple, absolute, big, genuinely, rattling, one and the same, crashing, definite, notably, cotton-picking, extremely, all-out, fair, blooming, identical, straight-out, plumb, thoroughly, bare, consummate, utter, blank, exceedingly, exact, de facto, eminently, genuine, thoroughgoing, actual, identic, perfect, flat, truly, total, mere, stone, most, highly, sheer, in truth, deeply, regular, unadulterated, a lot, damn, damned, thorough, true, unconditional, outright, out-and-out, selfsame, arrant, existent, dead, dreadfully, extra, bodacious, sure-enough, well, flat-out, concrete, downright, awful.
Examples of usage:
  1. Very good; take me. - "The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons", Jacques Casanova de Seingalt.
  2. " that will be very nice. No; - "A Christmas Posy", Mary Louisa Stewart Molesworth.
  3. " Very well," said Holiday. Mr. - "Rollo in Geneva", Jacob Abbott.

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