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Synonyms for terribly

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At first Rapunzel was terribly frightened when a man, such as her eyes had never yet beheld, came to her; but the king's son began to talk to her quite like a friend, and told her that his heart had been so stirred that it had let him have no rest, and he had been forced to see her.
What Michael did know beyond the shadow of any doubt was that it was all coldly ominous and terribly strange.
When the ship moved out upon the water, those who stayed behind, Chee-Chee, Polynesia and the crocodile, grew terribly sad.
The Giant roared so terribly that for a time they were afraid he had broken loose; but he hadn't.
Mam'selle Pauline was terribly excited; the flush that throbbed into her pale, nervous face showed it; and she locked her thin fingers in and out incessantly.
Equally terribly unfortunate, however, is the fact that even such a belief is almost wholly tribe-based.
And no matter how much this mum may love her daughter she has failed terribly to keep her safe.
It hit the nail on the head with the quote, "If we have 15-year-old kids with no hope, we're doing something terribly wrong.
Contract awarded for Meat purchased in July (early terribly disappointed terribly disappointed kindergarten) Electronic submission of quotations small number of advertisements
Terribly clever, terribly dazzling, terribly selfindulgent and for fans of simple story telling.
The busy tech crew, who live (and die a little) for this night, are terribly earnest.
I am not entirely convinced they are wrong" Michael Buerk "There is not a Wednesday when you do not feel total fear" David Cameron reveals his emotions before the weekly Prime Minister's questions in the Commons "One former householder refers to Clarence House as Wolf Hall, in reference to the treacherous and opportunistic world depicted by Hilary Mantel in her fictionalised account of the rise of Thomas Cromwell under Henry VIII" Writer Catherine Mayer in a new book about the Prince of Wales "I think I was kippered" Nick Clegg, Deputy Prime Minister, after being interviewed on a late-night "anarchic" show "Major, of course, is not terribly bright.
Clarke refused to comment on Sutherland's pay, but added: "It is terribly sad to see any institution in this situation.
It can make you feel a little dirty, actually, but, it's terribly, terribly fun.
Indian songs continue to blare the whole night long from these camps in terribly high-pitched sound unnerving the inmates of the sector.