powerfully[ pou-er-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF powerfully
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These troubles in the Church so powerfully affected them that they withdrew.
But Pierre was unable to pray, so powerfully did revolt stir him.
He talked of Monferrand's followers who had so powerfully helped him on to victory.
Both lived amongst the people, and powerfully influenced them for good.
All this which, in the case of another I should have laughed at, most powerfully affected me in my own.
I hear that you are also powerfully borne onwards in prayer and song.
It was as a powerfully equipped nature that I found him interesting.
For me there were none of those aids which so powerfully assist the return to health.
The others are first-rate—though a heap of them are powerfully young.
He was powerfully drawn to the Medieval Church, but not to the Primitive.
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