Definition of 'thankfully'
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Example sentences containing 'thankfully'
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Thankfully they are now following each other again. The Sun (2016)This is an exceptional and thankfully rare case. The Sun (2010)Thankfully he is now fine and running around. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Both of these are thankfully rare although they do happen. Taking Drugs Seriously (1994)It was that bankruptcy that led to the global economic maelstrom from we which are thankfully now emerging. The Sun (2015)Thankfully he is now behind bars. The Sun (2008)The results flickered from compelling to catastrophic, though thankfully there was far more of the former. Times, Sunday Times (2009)While deaths remain thankfully rare, injuries are common. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Few people in the world know what it tastes like - thankfully. The Sun (2011)Forcing the contestants to beg for their place also made for supremely uncomfortable viewing and was thankfully dropped by the Sunday. The Sun (2015)Both are rare recorded side-effects thankfully. The Sun (2011)Thankfully it has now happened. The Sun (2008) Now thankfully he's added goals. The Sun (2011)And yet while this is the second such tragedy in a month to hit a school coach, it remains a thankfully rare incident. The Sun (2012)Thankfully though, the duo's album has enough of its own to give punch. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Thankfully, though, this final episode neatly wraps up most of the storylines. The Sun (2012)Thankfully, though, the very old mother is still a rarity. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Thankfully, though, the frustration is clearing. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Such moments were, thankfully, rare. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Detailed reports came home regularly though homework, thankfully, was only required now and then. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Such cases, thankfully, are rare. The Sun (2009)Thankfully, though, this is not another in the long line of acclaimed women jockeys withering on the vine of prejudice. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Trends of 'thankfully'
Used Occasionally. thankfully is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'thankfully'
British English: thankfully ADVERB
You use thankfully in order to express approval or happiness about a statement that you are making.
Thankfully, she was not injured.
Definition of thankfully from the Collins English Dictionary
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