Synonyms for Remarkably:

adv.

all (adverb)
signally, unusually, unmistakably, notably, unco.
extremely (adverb)
very.
reputedly (adverb)
famously, illustriously, popularly, reputedly, preeminently, prominently, noteworthily, memorably, notoriously, legendarily, notably.
unusually (adverb)
especially, singularly, very, uncommonly, exceptionally, extraordinarily.

adv

exceptionally (adverb)
especially, singularly, very.
extremely (adverb)
unusually.
infrequently (adverb)
uncommonly.
reputedly (adverb)
famously, illustriously, popularly, reputedly, preeminently, prominently, noteworthily, memorably, notoriously, legendarily, notably.

n.

funnily enough, is that a fact?, now I've seen everything/it all, heavens above, actually, who would have thought...?, you would not believe, of all things/people/places, you don't say, Well, I never. exceptionally, remarkable, singularly, sensational, phenomenal, amazing, astonishing, extraordinarily, uncommonly, earth-shattering, staggering, extraordinary, surprising, unexpected, usual. remarkably (noun)
signally, unusually, unmistakably, outstandingly, unco.

Other synonyms:

singularly, especially. extraordinarily, exceptionally. strangely
uncommonly.
Other relevant words:
especially, earth-shattering, unusually, very, surprising, astonishing, singularly, signally, staggering, unmistakably, usual, exceptionally, phenomenal, unco, remarkable, extraordinarily, extraordinary, amazing, sensational, unexpected, outstandingly, actually, uncommonly, famously.

Usage examples for remarkably

  1. Native women are remarkably like white women. – The Black Man's Place in South Africa by Peter Nielsen
  2. He had been rather remarkably absent from his wife's career, and Maisie was never taken to see his grave. – What Maisie Knew by Henry James
  3. With his companions, he wandered through the wilderness; the country struck them all as being remarkably beautiful. – The Adventures of Daniel Boone: the Kentucky rifleman by Uncle Philip