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Unusually vs Impressively - What's the difference?

unusually | impressively |


As adverbs the difference between unusually and impressively

is that unusually is in an unusual manner while impressively is in an impressive manner; forcibly.

Taxonomy vs Impressively - What's the difference?

taxonomy | impressively |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adverb impressively is

in an impressive manner; forcibly.

Unimpressively vs Impressively - What's the difference?

unimpressively | impressively | Antonyms |

Unimpressively is an antonym of impressively.


As adverbs the difference between unimpressively and impressively

is that unimpressively is in a unimpressive manner while impressively is in an impressive manner; forcibly.

Forcibly vs Impressively - What's the difference?

forcibly | impressively |


As adverbs the difference between forcibly and impressively

is that forcibly is in a forcible manner while impressively is in an impressive manner; forcibly.

Impressive vs Impressively - What's the difference?

impressive | impressively |


As an adjective impressive

is making, or tending to make, an impression; having power to impress; adapted to excite attention and feeling, to touch the sensibilities, or affect the conscience; as, an impressive discourse; an impressive scene.

As an adverb impressively is

in an impressive manner; forcibly.

Impressively vs Stonking - What's the difference?

impressively | stonking |


As a adverb impressively

is in an impressive manner; forcibly.

As a adjective stonking is

(chiefly|british) impressively large; exciting.

As a verb stonking is

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Impressively vs Impress - What's the difference?

impressively | impress | Related terms |

Impressively is a related term of impress.


As a adverb impressively

is in an impressive manner; forcibly.

As a verb impress is

(transitive)  to affect (someone) strongly and often favourably.

As a noun impress is

the act of impressing.