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Fox News’s team appears not to be terribly interested in talking about any of that, and so it often doesn’t.

Whether they’re made from plants or animals, the menu items at your local McDonald’s aren’t terribly nutritious.

They know that I love their children and will do everything in my power to keep them safe and help them grow during a terribly difficult time.

Nothing we have seen so far has me terribly worried about the vaccine.

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I don’t terribly like eating brain, though I have eaten brain and it doesn’t taste bad.

Since the age of six or seven, Wendy Roome knew something was terribly wrong about her.

The masterpiece is huge, but structurally flawed and terribly vulnerable to seismic activity.

Lars von Trier, the terribly talented Danish provocateur, is quite a character.

If you look at said canon, you will notice that most of them are terribly written.

This would, of course, have seemed terribly inappropriate in the mid-19th century.

She sat straight up in bed, and jerked her hands to her head, and screamed long and terribly.

The —— regiment was spoken of in the highest terms; it had been in the heat of the action, and had been terribly cut up.

Even Chet Belding, who was always at her beck and call, was terribly busy these days.

The “galerie” has arrived—with the smallest of the three daughters inside, all out of breath from her run and terribly excited.

They travelled as between deck passengers and suffered terribly from the cold.

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On this page you'll find 42 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to terribly, such as: awfully, badly, decidedly, desperately, dreadfully, and exceedingly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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