Definition of Terrifically

1. Adverb. (used as an intensifier) extremely well. "The colors changed wondrously slowly"




Definition of Terrifically

1. adv. In a terrific manner.

Definition of Terrifically

1. Adverb. In a terrific or extreme way. ¹

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Definition of Terrifically

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Terrifically

terribleness
terriblenesses
terribles
terribly
terricolae
terricolous
terriculament
terriculaments
terrienniak
terrier
terrierlike
terriers
terries
terrific
terrifical
terrifically (current term)
terrifick
terrifie
terrified
terrifier
terrifiers
terrifies
terrify
terrifying
terrifyingly
terrifyingness
terrigenous
terrine
terrines
territ

Literary usage of Terrifically

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1. The natural history of 'bores'. by Angus Bethune Reach (1847)
"terrifically indignant at what she calls " the miserable conventional usages of society." Somehow or other society, however, manages to get the better even ..."

2. Life and Letters of Henry Lee Higginson by Henry Lee Higginson (1921)
"Capital is terrifically strong and can now safely do things that would have been fatal fifty years ago; but all the same, bumps are almost as unpleasant to ..."

3. Word and Phrase: True and False Use in English by Joseph Fitzgerald (1901)
"If the weather in Germany in the winter of 1894-95 was, as tnc newspapers reported, " terrifically severe," it would seem quite superfluous to add to ..."

4. Word and Phrase: True and False Use in English by Joseph Fitzgerald (1901)
"If the weather in Germany in the winter of 1894-95 was> as the newspapers reported, " terrifically severe," it would seem quite superfluous to add to ..."

5. Naval Hygiene by Joseph Wilson (1870)
"Hence we see that violations of the tonnage laws of emigrant ships, so that they are much crowded, usually produce this terrifically destructive ..."

6. Federal Criminal Law and Procedure by Elijah Nathaniel Zoline (1921)
"... the notice in advance that as I said before, this is a terrifically, — a terrifically confused thing for ordinary mortals to attempt to confront. ..."

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