Remarkably vs Predominantly - What's the difference?

remarkably | predominantly |


As adverbs the difference between remarkably and predominantly

is that remarkably is (manner) in a remarkable manner while predominantly is in a predominant manner most commonly or frequently by a large margin.

remarkably

English

Adverb

(en adverb)
  • (manner) In a remarkable manner.
  • He performed the piece remarkably , offering novel interpretations to its nearly cliched passages.
  • (degree) To a noteworthy extent.
  • That dog is remarkably fierce.
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  • (evaluative) (Used to draw special attention to a proposition).
  • Remarkably , three State assembly elections were decided by a total of fewer than one hundred votes.

    predominantly

    English

    Adverb

    (en adverb)
  • In a predominant manner. Most commonly or frequently by a large margin.
  • The membership is predominantly elderly, 90% are over age 60.
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  • Both groups are predominantly confined to areas with warm to tropical climates

    Synonyms

    * primarily * principally