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uncommon +‎ -ly

AdverbEdit

uncommonly (comparative more uncommonly, superlative most uncommonly)

  1. To an uncommon degree; unusually or extremely.
    • 2012, Jeannie Lin, My Fair Concubine, page 12:
      For a gentleman, he was uncommonly rude, but she supposed wearing silk and jade gave him that privilege.
  2. Not often; on rare occasions.
    Not uncommonly, I find that I have arrived too late to catch my train.

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