use pronouncedly in a sentence.
My own sympathies are pronouncedly pro-Palestinian, but I have a hard time with this kind of ‘moral luck’ argument.
His was the same eagle-like nose as his brother's, save that it was more eagle-like, while the blue eyes were pronouncedly so.
Tom's head lay back, and his breathing was softly heavy, the sickness pronouncedly apparent on his relaxed face.
The earliest video games were pronouncedly less gender-focused, even though the development was still mostly male-driven.
Noone here is judging anything by any sort of objective standard and the attitude of all the "RJ-dislikers" here, including Adam, is pronouncedly personal and not in any way elevated above some perceived "commoner".