- interestinglyis recorded as a sentence adverb from the 1960s, and is now common:
• Interestingly, what exercises Lord Chalfont is not the existence of nuclear weapons, an existence which, he says, cannot be repealed —Martin Amis, 1987.
Modern English usage. 2014.
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Interestingly — In ter*est*ing*ly, adv. In an interesting manner. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
interestingly — in|terest|ing|ly [ˈıntrıstıŋli] adv 1.) [sentence adverb] used to introduce a fact that you think is interesting ▪ Interestingly, none of their three children ever married. ▪ Interestingly enough , Pearson made no attempt to deny the rumour. 2.)… … Dictionary of contemporary English
interestingly — [[t]ɪ̱ntrestɪŋli[/t]] ADV GRADED: ADV with cl You use interestingly to introduce a piece of information that you think is interesting or unexpected. Interestingly enough, a few weeks later, Benjamin remarried... Interestingly, it is not clear… … English dictionary
interestingly — in|ter|est|ing|ly [ ıntrəstıŋli ] adverb 1. ) used for emphasizing that you think what you are going to say is interesting: Interestingly, two Republicans actually voted with the Democrats. 2. ) in an interesting way: a useful and interestingly… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
interestingly — UK [ˈɪntrəstɪŋlɪ] / US adverb 1) used for emphasizing that you think what you are going to say is interesting Interestingly, two Republicans actually voted with the Democrats. 2) in an interesting way Her first books has a useful and… … English dictionary
interestingly — adverb 1 (sentence adverb) used to introduce a fact that you think is interesting: Interestingly enough, Pearson made no attempt to deny the rumour. 2 in an interesting way … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
interestingly — interesting ► ADJECTIVE ▪ arousing curiosity or interest. DERIVATIVES interestingly adverb interestingness noun … English terms dictionary
interestingly — adverb in an interesting manner (Freq. 1) when he ceases to be just interestingly neurotic and...gets locked up Time • Ant: ↑uninterestingly • Derived from adjective: ↑interesting … Useful english dictionary
interestingly — adverb Date: 1811 1. in an interesting manner 2. as a matter of interest … New Collegiate Dictionary
interestingly — See interesting. * * * … Universalium