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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfrightfullyfright‧ful‧ly /ˈfraɪtfəli/ adverb British English old-fashioned  VERYvery I’m frightfully sorry about the delay.
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frightfullyMy goodness, Clara, how frightfully boring for you, how can you bear to listen to us.But the truth was that my mental processes were frightfully complicated, tenaciously mixed.It is a frightfully difficult answer.I always felt frightfully embarrassed and equally sad about this.It's on at the Lyceum and is supposed to be frightfully good.Nearly all the men in the hollow were wounded, one man frightfully so, his arm being cut short off.Conversation stopped and everyone became frightfully solicitous.Lawrence was so frightfully strict with the children.
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