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1 Her elder sister's been acting rather funnily just recently.
2 Funnily enough, I met her only yesterday.
3 Funnily enough, I was just about to call you when you called me.
4 Funnily enough, I was just thinking about you when you called.
5 Funnily enough I can remember what I had for lunch on July 5th, 1906, but I've forgotten what I had for breakfast today.
6 Funnily enough,[www.Sentencedict.com] I said the same thing myself only yesterday.
7 Funnily enough, I was born on exactly the same day as my wife.
8 Canseco's throw was straight, but wobbled funnily at the last minute.
9 Funnily enough, it was one of my nephews brought him the message - Josh's eldest boy, Jimmy.
10 Funnily enough, I think the craze has never resurfaced in the seventy years since that time.
11 Funnily enough, whenever he does this all the really interesting people in the room seem to gravitate to his chair.
12 Funnily enough, he didn't say a word against me.
13 Father: Funnily enough, we never lose our luggage.
14 Funnily enough I met her just yesterday.
15 I called him three times, but funnily enough, he didn't answer.
16 Funnily enough ( ie It'so happened that ) I met her just yesterday.
17 Funnily enough, some out - and - out capitalist economists would agree.
18 There were black clouds and loud thunder, but funnily enough it did not rain.
19 Many like steel, glass and paper can be re-used, and funnily enough it is cheaper the second time around.
20 Harriet had gone straight into property after her A's and left home, funnily enough, before she did.
21 Rory went back to live in London that winter, and ended up - funnily enough - living in a squat.
22 I had no doubts about his musicianship, his talent or his ability to tell a funny story funnily.
23 But an architect friend offered me premises in Portland Mews, funnily enough just around the corner from our new gallery.
24 But my son just looked at his sisters, and laughed funnily.
25 Just imagine yourself to be live on the show. What would you say or act funnily?