- From enormous + -ly. (Wiktionary)
“At the same time, he concedes he's not satisfied with Iraqi efforts to deal with the relentless violence, which he calls enormously challenging.”
“He'll keep making movies and says he wants to do more directing, which he describes as enormously time-consuming.”
“That is one of the primary reasons why -- in complete contrast to prior financial crises -- the Justice Department has not convicted a single senior officer of the large nonprime lenders who directed, committed, and profited enormously from the frauds.”
“Although Republicans, and many Democrats, have tried to demonize Washington, they must contend with the fact that most major government programs remain enormously popular, including some that politicians have singled out for stiff criticism.”
“The conservative media, owned by conservative corporations will benefit enormously from the SCOTUS decision — ad revenue will skyrocket.”
“Almost all of these "demonstrators" would benefit enormously from a pubic health insurance lobby, or, even better, universal health care.”
“And Africa has benefitted enormously from the decline of superpower rivalry — you know longer have the US and USSR arming and financing rival gangs of vicious killers — and would suffer enormously if US-China animosity really broke out.”
“I remain enormously impressed that even after well over a year of instruction, training and documentation, you still retain precisely no clue about the nature of your duties or the actions you should be taking.”
“While the price of petrol varied enormously from a copper or two to 1s. 3d a gallon (depending on the greed of the garage proprietor), filling stations were few and far between causing drivers to depend on a steady supply on hand, especially as there were few motorists on the road to assist one.”
“Not sweet at all (a quality that will probably fan just as many fans as detractors), it benefited enormously from the addition of the cranberry chutney they included in the box.”
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