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sen·sa·tion·al

 (sĕn-sā′shə-nəl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to sensation.
2. Arousing or intended to arouse strong curiosity, interest, or reaction, especially by exaggerated or lurid details: sensational journalism; a sensational television report.
3. Outstanding; spectacular: a sensational concert; a sensational dinner.

sen·sa′tion·al·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.sensationally - in a sensational manner; "in the summer of 1958 the pianist had a sensationally triumphant return"
Translations
بصورةٍ مُثيرَةٍ للمشاعِر
senzačně
szenzációsan
stórkostlega
senzačne
heyecan uyandırıcı şekilde

sensationally

[senˈseɪʃnəlɪ] ADV [report, describe] → sensacionalmente
it was sensationally successfultuvo un éxito sensacional
it was sensationally popularera increíblemente popular

sensationally

[sɛnˈseɪʃənəli] adv
(= shockingly)
The trial was sensationally halted → L'interruption du procès a créé la sensation.
Sensationally, the champions were defeated in the first round → La défaite des champions au premier tour a créé la sensation.
(= extremely) [good] → fabuleusement; [talented] → prodigieusement

sensationally

adv
(= dramatically)sensationell; write, reportin einem reißerischen Stil
(inf: = amazingly) → sensationell, sagenhaft (inf); a sensationally successful movieein sensationell erfolgreicher Film; our business has improved sensationallyunser Geschäft hat sich sensationell verbessert

sensationally

[sɛnˈseɪʃnlɪ] adv (see adj) → sensazionalmente, a forti tinte

sensation

(senˈseiʃən) noun
1. the ability to feel through the sense of touch. Cold can cause a loss of sensation in the fingers and toes.
2. a feeling. a sensation of faintness.
3. a general feeling, or a cause, of excitement or horror. The murder caused a sensation; His arrest was the sensation of the week.
senˈsational adjective
1. causing great excitement or horror. a sensational piece of news.
2. very good. The film was sensational.
3. intended to create feelings of excitement, horror etc. That magazine is too sensational for me.
senˈsationally adverb
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The correspondents wrote it up, and once more Burning Daylight, King of the Klondike, was sensationally featured in the Sunday supplements of the United States.
In fear of Sherbourne, he applied to the Chief of Police for permission to carry a revolver, which permission was refused, the newspapers as usual playing it up sensationally.
William Hill closed the book on an O'Neill move after David O'Leary was sensationally sacked by Leeds.
The reference was to Riverdance and its spinoffs, sensationally successful touring companies of Irish-style performers.
And Kelly reckons the FA will want to act fast to secure Kevin Keegan's replacement after he sensationally walked out following the defeat by Germany last week.
THE calculated Nicholas has been sensationally cut to just 5-1 from 16-1 by Chandler to win Big Brother, writes Steve Palmer.
On holiday with his family in the South of France, the former Manchester United pin-up boy, who sensationally retired from soccer last month, spent a night camping out with son Raphael, eight.
The midfield maestro, who has been lethal from 12 yards all season with five converted spot kicks, sensationally missed a tame effort as Chris O'Connor guessed the right way to push it behind for a corner on the stroke of half-time.
LITTLE known Slavia Prague hitman Paul Munster could be sensationally called up for Northern Ireland's World Cup qualifiers against England and Poland.
First Minister Rhodri Morgan has been sensationally accused of trying to force Russell Goodway out of the council elections.
The former Rangers and Hibernian goalkeeper spent more than a year between the sticks at Fir Park before sensationally winning a short-term move to Manchester United and then having a short spell at Coventry City.
The 17-year-old from Las Palmas - who sensationally clinched fourth place in the Spanish Open last weekend - was beaten 3 and 2 by Forfar's Stuart Wilson.