affrightedly

Related to affrightedly: ungartered, cudgelled

affrightedly

(əˈfraɪtɪdlɪ)
adv
archaic poetic in a frightened or alarmed manner
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To reach the gate he must pass directly through the herd which had huddled affrightedly close to the opening so that once again there was a furious rush of hoofs as Numa strode quickly to the side of the portal.
Clara's eyes wandered affrightedly hither and thither among the strange faces in the crowd; searching for the one face that she dreaded to see, and not finding it.
she asked, looking up and down the road affrightedly, the instant I stopped.
Among the branches of the trees at the edge of the clearing, a score or more monkeys chattered and scolded as the loud snorts of the angry beast sent them scurrying affrightedly to the upper terraces.
The dressmaker, with her hands still clasped, looked affrightedly from the one to the other of her two companions.
Before she had been long engaged in this way, she was startled by the sound of his voice, affrightedly calling her back.