- From frightening + -ly. (Wiktionary)
“For her Halloween special this year (airing Sunday at 9/8c on Hallmark Channel), homemaking guru Martha Stewart stirs up some mischief with Mummy star Brendan Fraser and shows us how to celebrate the holiday in frighteningly fun fashion.”
“Note the use of the word "recover," a word frighteningly close in meaning to the word "cure.”
“She kept looking at the magazine as if it were just another issue of Newsweek, her expression frighteningly passive.”
“Kristina will also hire Amber Mae Whitman to assist Little, who's described as "frighteningly young and attractive.”
“I grew up in a part of the word frighteningly overpopulated with snooty institutions of higher ed, and in my hometown rankings were everything, so CCs weren't on the horizon.”
“Sony has produced what can only be described as a frighteningly awesome "mechanical heart" built for ads that will be aired during England's World Cup qualifying campaign.”
“We bring you a deeper look inside the health insurance industry, including the dark side of prescription drug coupons, a story about pet health insurance, and insurance company jargon frighteningly decoded.”
“He is a career prosecutor with a reputation for being not only "frighteningly" brilliant but fearless, and with a driving passion for determining the truth, their most mortal enemy.”
“And it was sort of touching, but kind of frighteningly grandiose that he would have claimed false credit or blame for -- for -- for some of this”
“Later, describing the scale of the funeral, Andrew Young wrote that the assembly was “frighteningly enormous.””
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