awfully

[ aw-fuh-lee, awf-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF awfully

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AWFULLY

"I think they are awfully snobbish," she remarked resentfully.

But wasn't it awfully risky to keep making him mad like that?

"Well, I do think it's awfully good, Dell," began the Countess.

And, Peter, it was awfully nice of you to wait about reading these letters.

Do you know, Vernon, I'd like awfully to get at your point of view—your philosophy of life?

"He's an awfully good chap, you know," said Vernon innocently.

"I shall miss you most awfully," said she with the air of one flaunting a flag.

He was awfully handsome and as clever and sarcastic as anything.

The moment I opened the door, I knew that something was awfully wrong.

Poor Balfour was awfully lonely after Chamberlain crocked up.

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