extremely

Extremely vs Massively - What's the difference?

extremely | massively |


As adverbs the difference between extremely and massively

is that extremely is (degree) to an extreme degree while massively is in a massive manner, in a way that appears large, heavy or imposing.

Abit vs Extremely - What's the difference?

abit | extremely |


As adverbs the difference between abit and extremely

is that abit is while extremely is (degree) to an extreme degree.

Extremely vs Strenuous - What's the difference?

extremely | strenuous |


As an adverb extremely

is (degree) to an extreme degree.

As an adjective strenuous is

urgent, ardent, zealous.

Heavily vs Extremely - What's the difference?

heavily | extremely |


As adverbs the difference between heavily and extremely

is that heavily is in a heavy manner while extremely is (degree) to an extreme degree.

Supreme vs Extremely - What's the difference?

supreme | extremely |


As a proper noun supreme

is the supreme being; the almighty; god.

As an adverb extremely is

(degree) to an extreme degree.

Overtly vs Extremely - What's the difference?

overtly | extremely |


As adverbs the difference between overtly and extremely

is that overtly is in an overt manner; publicly; openly while extremely is (degree) to an extreme degree.

Extremely vs Crucial - What's the difference?

extremely | crucial |


As an adverb extremely

is (degree) to an extreme degree.

As an adjective crucial is

being essential or decisive for determining the outcome or future of something; extremely important.

Pretty vs Extremely - What's the difference?

pretty | extremely |


As adverbs the difference between pretty and extremely

is that pretty is somewhat, fairly, quite; sometimes also (by meiosis) very while extremely is (degree) to an extreme degree.

As an adjective pretty

is cunning; clever, skilful.

As a noun pretty

is something that is pretty.

As a verb pretty

is to make pretty; to beautify.

Extremely vs Radical - What's the difference?

extremely | radical |


As an adverb extremely

is (degree) to an extreme degree.

As an adjective radical is

favoring fundamental change, or change at the root cause of a matter.

As a noun radical is

a member of the most progressive wing of the liberal party; someone favouring social reform (but generally stopping short of socialism).

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