startlingly

[ stahrt-ling, stahr-tl-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF startlingly
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The soliloquy, too, is startlingly characteristic of Hamlet.

Now the rattle of a key in the hall-door was startlingly audible.

He had watched a program just last month, and it had been startlingly lifelike.

They are possibly not startlingly brilliant, and he is perfectly easy to deceive.

The comparison, if not startlingly original, was fairly just.

It is, of course, an old story, vividly and startlingly retold.

The child becomes a woman, startlingly beautiful and seductive.

Don Fabrizio thought the picture "startlingly" like the original.

Her eyes met Robert's, and he said startlingly: "Just like a woman!"

There is another sort of success which does not startlingly or at once declare itself.

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