ex·cep·tion·al

/ˌikˈsepSH(ə)n(ə)l/

adjective

unusual; not typical.

“crimes of exceptional callousness and cruelty”

synonyms: unusual, uncommon, abnormal, atypical, extraordinary, out of the ordinary, rare, unprecedented, unexpected, surprising; strange, odd, freakish, anomalous, peculiar, weird; informal freaky, something else “the drought was exceptional”

antonyms: normal, usual

unusually good; outstanding.

“a pepper offering exceptional flavor and juiciness”

synonyms:outstanding, extraordinary,remarkable, special, excellent,phenomenal, prodigious; More

unequaled, unparalleled, unique,unsurpassed, peerless, matchless,nonpareil, first-rate, first-class;

informal, top-notch

“her exceptional ability”

antonyms:average

(of a child) mentally or physically disabled so as to require special schooling.

“helping parents of exceptional children”

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