- 形容词: surprising;
They appeared surprisingly pessimistic about their chances of winning.
a surprisingly roomy car
The audience was surprisingly well behaved.
Once he knew his father's name, finding his whereabouts proved surprisingly easy.
This disease is surprisingly difficult to catch as most people have a natural resistance to it.
Not surprisingly, her teacher is getting irritated with her.
Not surprisingly, he enjoyed telling tales about his time at the military academy.
Surprisingly, mathematics was voted their favourite subject.
Surprisingly, the ability to hypnotize yourself can be learnt in a single session.
Not surprisingly, isolationists found thousands of willing recruits to their cause.
The Swiss franc has remained surprisingly strong.
Boren surprisingly led off the most intensive line of questioning today.
Most surprisingly, quite a few said they don't intend to vote at all.
Surprisingly, she didn't feel nervous, or regretful about her actions.
Our field of vision is surprisingly wide.
This is a surprisingly entertaining film.
He plays the piano surprisingly well.
He answered my question in a surprisingly deep bass.
He had a surprisingly delicate touch.
It was surprisingly cheap.
Mares are surprisingly tolerant of the roughness and rudeness of their own offspring.
Not surprisingly, he failed to convert her.
The suitcase is surprisingly light.
Many famous people are surprisingly humble.
In spite of the fall from his horse, his leg was surprisingly uninjured.
No surprisingly, the first stroke he mastered was the backstroke.
The trouble is that faith in Mr. Obama's transformational ability rests on surprisingly little evidence.
However, after Yang Ma had gone , Mrs. Xia became quite surprisingly polite to Xiangzi.
可是, 杨妈走后, 夏太太对祥子反倒非常的客气.
——汉英文学 - 骆驼祥子收起实用场景例句
They have a surprisingly low social status.
Newspapers relay daily accounts of goal-setting prevalent in industries and businesses up and down both Wall Street and Main Street , yet there has been surprisingly little research on how the long-trumpeted practice of setting goals may have contributed to the current economic crisis , and unethical （不道德的）behavior in general.
For many, it's surprisingly difficult.
Indeed, the Obama effect can be surprisingly immediate and powerful, as Ray Friedman of Vanderbilt University and his colleagues discovered.
Psychologists are finding that hope plays a surprisingly vital role in giving people a measurable advantage in rounds as diverse as academic achievement, bearing up in tough jobs, and coping with tragic illness.
It would never win a prize in a cooking competition, but it was surprisingly edible, and we drank up every last drop of soup.
2015年高考英语四川卷 阅读理解 阅读B 原文
Surprisingly, people later remember the folder location 位置 better than the facts.
2015年高考英语安徽卷 阅读理解 阅读C 原文
Surprisingly, these people live largely by their own laws and their own social customs.
2016年高考英语四川卷 阅读理解 阅读C 原文
Surprisingly, they didn't laugh at us.
2015年高考英语天津卷 完形填空 原文
The link between what the men had done as boys and how they turned out as adults was surprisingly sharp.
2016年高考英语天津卷 阅读理解 阅读C 原文收起真题例句
1. in a surprising manner;
"he was surprisingly friendly"
2. in an amazing manner; to everyone's surprise;
"amazingly, he finished medical school in three years"