exceptional : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • s  far beyond what is usual in magnitude or degree
    an exceptional memory
  • s  surpassing what is common or usual or expected
    exceptional kindness
  • s  deviating widely from a norm of physical or mental ability; used especially of children below normal in intelligence
    special educational provisions for exceptional children

  • If western Europe is "exceptional" today, it is exceptional in its high and stubborn structural unemployment, and in the narrow vision of its central bankers.
  • Here we honor sites with exceptional style and smarts, sites that offer new and improved ways to access and share content, generate our own and otherwise enrich the online (and off .
  • And Yankee's rapid-fire rapping, boyish good looks and exceptional work ethic have helped turn what is basically club music into an international phenomenon.
News & Articles


  • Michael Alfred in The Associated Press
    The amount of the BP stock in those plans is not exceptional,Alfred said. "There are many more plans that have more company stock."
  • Ben Bernanke in International Herald Tribune
    Given the exceptional pressures on the global economy and financial system, the damage caused by a default by Bear Stearns could have been severe and extremely difficult to contain,Bernanke told the Senate Banking Committee.
  • Mark Thompson in Reuters UK
    A 12-week suspension is an exceptional step, but I believe it is a proportionate response to Jonathan's role in this unhappy affair,Thompson said in a statement.

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