exceedingly exceedingly  /ɪk ˈsi dɪŋ li/


  • (adv) to an extreme degree



  1. One, it will be exceedingly difficult for Biden to carry out those instructions.
  2. The disorder was thought to be exceedingly rare and mainly a result of brain injury.
  3. He could be exceedingly kind to a desert tribesman who sought the King's ear for a petty grievance.


  1. More flooding, severe weather forecast for N.J. this week

    More flooding rains and severe weather are on tap for New Jersey this week after what has already been an exceedingly soggy start to June, forecasters say. Another storm system is expected to push through the region Thursday with heavy...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Star-Ledger

  2. Arizona’s Goldschmidt: ‘America’s 1st Baseman’

    PHOENIX — Paul Goldschmidt’s teammates have taken to calling him “America’s first baseman,” a heady title for an exceedingly humble young man.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

  3. Diamondbacks' Goldschmidt: 'America's 1st Baseman'

    PHOENIX (AP) -- Paul Goldschmidt's teammates have taken to calling him ''America's first baseman,'' a heady title for an exceedingly humble young man.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Associated Press via Yahoo! Sports


  1. "He's thrown the ball exceedingly well all spring," Piniella said. "He's got experience, and he's earned it."
    on Mar 24, 2008 By: Lou Piniella Source: ESPN

  2. Domino's Pizza Inc. Chief Executive David Brandon said during the company's quarterly earnings call that although things appear better now than they did last week, borrowing directly from banks has "been very tough, and that's gotten exceedingly...
    on Oct 14, 2008 By: David Brandon Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. "This effort may get harder before it gets easier," said Petraeus, calling the situation "exceedingly complex and very tough."
    on Apr 26, 2007 By: David Petraeus Source: Forbes

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