terribly

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But the first winter was terribly severe for these poor runaways.

There he took the boots—they were terribly stained, he saw—and drew them on.

"Girls, if you only knew how terribly this embarrasses me," pleaded Grace.

It is wretched that they should have to do so, and it is wrong, terribly wrong, of society that it should force them to do so.

If Linda feels that she has been so terribly defrauded, she can help herself now!

"Your Uncle Matthew was terribly upset by it," he said, reverting to the play.

"That man must have been terribly angry," he said to himself.

Oh, Virginia, my love, do not deceive yourself; do not deceive us so terribly.

The question of landing was worrying Grant at that time and worrying him terribly.

I am subject to the trac or stage fright, and I have it terribly.

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