Definition of funnily in English:

funnily

Line breaks: fun|nily
Pronunciation: /ˈfʌnəli
 
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adverb

1In a strange or amusing way: you do talk funnily
More example sentences
  • Where he had once been funnily cynical, he became at times viciously cruel, not only to myself but to our daughters, who came to resent and fear him.
  • It would have been awful, because, according to my judgement, the threat of hoovering wasn't just a joke - many funnily gross things happened on camp to make me believe it would be done.
  • I find him, by and large, very funny, though he's always treads a fine line between being funnily offensive and being downright offensive.
1.1 [sentence adverb] (funnily enough) Used to admit that a situation or fact is surprising or curious: funnily enough, I was starting to like the idea
More example sentences
  • But funnily enough I'd choose my current situation over last year's any day.
  • So funnily enough, it kind of ended up being a situation where everyone gave the best that they had to give and I think ultimately the movie has been good for it.
  • He expects his readers to behave with perfect propriety towards large corporations, which, funnily enough, do not write to the New York Times and ask how they should behave.

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