- adv.非常; 不寻常地，异乎寻常地; 显著地; 出奇;
unusually high levels of radiation
The spring had been unusually dry and we received only two tenths of an inch of rain during the entire month of June.
He was, she believes, unusually susceptible to women.
Traffic was unusually light for that time of day.
Unusually among British prime ministers, he was not a man of natural authority.
He was an unusually complex man.
He looked unusually chipper this morning.
This year water levels in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze are unusually high.
He had been feeling drowsy, the effect of an unusually heavy meal.
That's a marvellous description, Mrs Drummond. You're unusually observant.
He seemed unusually attuned to people's feelings.
The unusually heavy rainfall was an ill omen for the travellers.
The unusually hot sun has fried up the crops.
He is unusually adept in mathematical calculations.
She got an unusually low score for creativity.
The company has an unusually high proportion of young people at the top.
The old peasant conjectured that it would be an unusually cold winter.
Mary is unusually high on her next venture.
My dog is unusually fond of chocolate.
She possesses a soprano voice of unusually fine quality.
She seems an unusually clever girl.
The grippe hit unusually severely that year.
For the past month or more, she had been unusually happy and had been really throwing herself into her work.
Suffice it to say that the unusually high boiling point of acetic acid.
The White House condemned the scenes at Tripoli airport in unusually undiplomatic language.
The dungeon was , most unusually, already full of vapors and odd smells.
Below financial crisis, internet economy wails, and the net swims the property is unusually hot however!
金融危机下, 互联网经济哀号一片, 而网游产业却异常火爆!
The bird seized an unusually big beetle and bore it off to its nest.
Raised in New York City, Mailer entered Harvard University at the unusually young age of 16.
Symptoms include Burning pain during and urination, unusually urgent or frequent urination, and lower Back pain.
引起炎症的病原体有细菌、病毒、霉菌或寄生虫,典型症状有尿频 、 尿急 、 尿灼痛和腰痛.
The result is a sort of high-quality, unusually rigorous coffee-table book, designed to be dipped into rather than read from beginning to end.
The picture worsens with each round of El Nino, the unusually warm currents in the Pacific Ocean that drive up temperatures and invariably presage (预示) droughts and fires in the rain forest
That's an unusually large drop," Plant says.
With no rains for over a year, the city is suffering from unusually hot weather.
2017年高考英语全国卷1 听力 原文
In his book The Tipping Point,Malcolm Aladuell argues that social epidemics are driven in large part by the acting of a tiny minority of special individuals,often called influentials,who are unusually informed,persuasive,or well-connected.
1. to a remarkably degree or extent;
"she was unusually tall"