interestingly

Interestedly vs Interestingly - What's the difference?

interestedly | interestingly |


As adverbs the difference between interestedly and interestingly

is that interestedly is in an interested manner while interestingly is in an interesting way.

Interested vs Interestingly - What's the difference?

interested | interestingly |


As an adjective interested

is having or showing interest.

As a verb interested

is (interest).

As an adverb interestingly is

in an interesting way.

Remarkably vs Interestingly - What's the difference?

remarkably | interestingly |


As adverbs the difference between remarkably and interestingly

is that remarkably is (manner) in a remarkable manner while interestingly is in an interesting way.

Interestingly vs Uniquely - What's the difference?

interestingly | uniquely |


As adverbs the difference between interestingly and uniquely

is that interestingly is in an interesting way while uniquely is in a unique manner.

Seemingly vs Interestingly - What's the difference?

seemingly | interestingly |


As adverbs the difference between seemingly and interestingly

is that seemingly is to appearances; apparently while interestingly is in an interesting way.

Interestingly vs Intresting - What's the difference?

interestingly | intresting |


As an adverb interestingly

is in an interesting way.

As a noun intresting is

.

Interest vs Interestingly - What's the difference?

interest | interestingly |


As a noun interest

is .

As a verb interest

is to engage the attention of; to awaken interest in; to excite emotion or passion in, in behalf of a person or thing.

As an adverb interestingly is

in an interesting way.

Funny vs Interestingly - What's the difference?

funny | interestingly |


As an adjective funny

is amusing; humorous; comical.

As a noun funny

is (humorous) a joke or funny can be (british) a narrow boat for sculling.

As an adverb interestingly is

in an interesting way.

Noteworthy vs Interestingly - What's the difference?

noteworthy | interestingly |


As an adjective noteworthy

is deserving attention; notable; worthy of notice.

As a noun noteworthy

is a noteworthy person.

As an adverb interestingly is

in an interesting way.

Interestingly - What does it mean?

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