terrifyingly


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terrifyingly

[ˈterɪfaɪɪŋlɪ] ADVespantosamente, aterradoramente

terrifyingly

[ˈtɛrɪfaɪɪŋli] adv [deep, high] → effroyablement; [escalate, shake] → de manière terrifiante

terrifyingly

adventsetzlich; he came terrifyingly close to disasterer kam dem Unheil schrecklich nahe

terrifyingly

[ˈtɛrɪˌfaɪɪŋlɪ] advpaurosamente, spaventosamente
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She was very hideous and frightful even when her face was in repose; but convulsed by passion, her expression became terrifyingly fiendish.
Then down they had come at last to hover over City Hall Park, and it had crept in upon his mind,, chillingly, terrifyingly, that these illuminated black masses were great offices afire, and that the going to and fro of minute, dim spectres of lantern-lit grey and white was a harvesting of the wounded and the dead.
Taylor-Joy has been terrifyingly great in dark horrors such as Split and The Witch, and thankfully she isn't fazed by the change in gear required here.
These attacks are terrifying and also terrifyingly random.
The last big holiday hit I recall is Pitbull's I Know You Want Me - terrifyingly that was a decade ago.
Just as technology is making drones terrifyingly small and nimble, technology could also protect our planes with jamming devices and lasers.
The space technology seems terrifyingly primitive, the scale of the whole operation is dizzying and the achievement of astronauts Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins just awe-inspiring.
The tycoon, 68, said: "I have never come so terrifyingly close to losing my son and other teammates.
While Sir Ian is deservedly the star attraction, he is supported by an impressive cast, including a terrifyingly perverse Kirsty Bushell as scheming middle daughter Regan, whose delight in watching the Earl of Gloucester's eyes being bloodily plucked out is truly chilling.
The Lego Ninjago Movie was a huge big screen hit and now it's the hottest DVD release for kids, out this week (PS9.99 at hmv.com) The all-action animation follows ninjas Kai (voiced by Michael Pena), Cole (Fred Armisen), Nya (Abbi Jacobson), Jay (Kumail Nanjiani), Zane (Zach Woods) and Lloyd (Dave Franco), trained by Master Wu (Jackie Chan), as they battle to repel the evil Lord Garmadon (Justin Theroux), who also just happens to be Lloyd's father, with the help of Master Wu's ultimate weapon a terrifyingly huge cat named Meowthra.
It's total fiction, but so terrifyingly prescient it had me muttering a few F-words too.