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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishterrificallyter‧rif‧i‧cally /təˈrɪfɪkli/ adverb [+adj/adverb]  VERYvery syn extremely She had been so terrifically busy that she barely had time to sleep.
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terrificallyThe plot is terrifically complicated, which is typical for the genre.It was all terrifically exciting and when I got the parts I could hardly believe it.Living in New York can be terrifically expensive.One trains horrendously hard, one runs terrifically fast, one wins or loses.Nobody seemed to mind very much, all agreeing she works terrifically hard.She's terrifically hot and she keeps crying.Because the state tried to enforce a monopoly on ideas, intellectuals were both at great risk and terrifically influential.The movie's main character, Ricky, is terrifically played by Mark Benton.
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