From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishawfullyaw‧ful‧ly /ˈɔːfəli $ ˈɒː-/ adverbVERYveryIt’s awfully cold in here. Is the heater on?
Examples from the Corpus
awfully• She felt sick too, awfully, awfully sick.• The once top-rated Cosby Show suddenly seemed awfullydistant in time.• He had to pushawfully hard to come back from his injuries, and that is just part of him now.• She also turned out to be the last close friend I had for an awfully long time.• It's awfullynoisy. Can we close the door?• The result is impressive but awfullystern and austere.• Once I was outside, I suddenly felt awfullytired.