sensationally

[ sen-sey-shuh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF sensationally
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Added to that, there was my sensationally successful career.

All at once, almost anything I undertook to do was sensationally successful.

"It concerns the most sacred emotions of my heart, mademoiselle," he said, sensationally.

We are sensationally informed that General Fitzfizzle told his officers to retire to a safe place if they were afraid.

Any poetry that is marked by violence, that is conspicuous in color, that is sensationally odd, makes an immediate appeal.

Illustrated lectures followed by literature are of inestimable value if rightly and not sensationally given.

That's allegory; besides, you express yourself too sensationally, sir, which I consider impertinence.

He was suffering from low fever, and his condition was as sensationally shocking as any reporter could have wished.

WORD ORIGIN

"of or pertaining to sensation or the senses," 1840; "aiming at violently excited effects," 1863, from sensation in its secondary sense. Related: Sensationalistic; sensationalistically.

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