(something is) remarkably well (done)

"Remarkably" is a word that means something similar to "very" or "quite". It also expresses a feeling of surprise.

"Remarkably ___ is not as common as "very" or "quite", though. It's mostly used within certain phrases like "remarkably well ___". Some examples of this include:

Plant remains, textiles, leather, and even human bodies have been remarkably well preserved by the dry desert climate.

Your children are remarkably well behaved.

Their meat and vegetable dishes were remarkably well flavored.

"Well adapted", as used in the example at top, is another common phrase used with "remarkably".

This phrase appears in these lessons: