radically

[rad-ik-lee]
adjective
1.
with regard to origin or root.
2.
in a complete or basic manner; thoroughly; fundamentally.

Origin:
1600–10; radical + -ly

nonradically, adverb
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radically (ˈrædɪkəlɪ)
 
adv
thoroughly; completely; fundamentally: to alter radically

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Example sentences
Yet in both cities, the number of riders radically exceeded expectations.
He noted what many mountaineers had noted before: that as he climbed, the plant
  life changed radically.
Alas, no other fruit has been so radically transformed by industrial
  agriculture.
Different types of travel require radically different equipment choices.
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