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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfearfullyfear‧ful‧ly /ˈfɪəfəli $ ˈfɪr-/ adverb  1 FRIGHTENEDin a way that shows you are afraid She glanced fearfully over her shoulder.2 [+adj/adverb] British English old-fashionedVERY extremely She’s fearfully clever.
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fearfullyThe lift came and she got into it fearfully.In the evening, the churches were crammed with people who talked fearfully about the end of the world.Rosario fearfully clutched her 3-month-old infant as the bombs continued to fall.These demons are fearfully effective in the movie.I think it will succeed although it will take ages, for he is fearfully shy, and I am likewise affected.Wearily, fearfully, they filed out to face the day.
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