fearsomely


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fear·some

 (fîr′səm)
adj.
1. Causing or capable of causing fear: "The Devil is a fearsome enemy" (Jimmy Breslin).
2. Fearful; timid.

fear′some·ly adv.
fear′some·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.fearsomely - in a fearsome manner; "a sabre slammed fearsomely through the thicket in all directions"
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fearsomely

[ˈfɪəsəmlɪ] ADVtremendamente

fearsomely

adv efficient, powerfulerschreckend; fearsomely equipped with an array of weaponsmit einem Furcht einflößenden Waffenarsenal ausgerüstet
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The hall was fearsomely clean; the little gable chamber in which she presently found herself seemed still cleaner.
It was a compound of horror and humor, and though Anne had heard it several times she laughed as heartily and shivered as fearsomely over it as Mr.
Gradually a form took shape beyond them--a tawny form, grim and terrible, with yellow-green eyes glaring fearsomely across the narrow trail straight into his.
Just then it occurred to Brady to fire and he, too, opened upon the bear, but at the same instant the animal stumbled and fell forward, though still growling most fearsomely.
They are fearsomely experienced and rightly independent of the executive but like all of us here they still need a good breakfast.
Fearsomely powerful Mercedes-AMG versions are available for adrenaline junkies with deep pockets but most will be going for the standard 2.
Just be careful," he said gruffly as he left me in the pens with three fearsomely large woolled tups.
There are further widespread worries that Hamilton may not be quite so fired up this time around as he has been in the past when he fearsomely hunted down his crowns.
From 'Jaws' came the indelible image of the monster shark in the film-which, incidentally, was so fearsomely and persuasively effective that it saved many lives by discouraging people from swimming in shark-infested waters.
The DS5 will never have the magic carpet ride of the old Citroen C6, but that car had the fearsomely complicated Hydractive suspension, something people praised when testing the car but were deterred from buying by its complexity.
I know you will all be fearsomely proud of being a part of this team.
She's written an intimate memoir of the grief and agonizing loss she lived with after her beloved father's sudden death, seamlessly intertwining it with her chronicle of training a goshawk, a fearsome and fearsomely difficult bird, which she sets against her long fascination with T.