- adv. In a shattering manner
“And when April/Spring is at long last asked about the man she knew so briefly but shatteringly, all she can provide is a platitude.”
“It is one of the most shatteringly courageous acts I've ever witnessed.”
“So today's blog post may not be earth shatteringly good (are they ever?), or even remotely interesting to some ... but it's where I'm at, and I am going to stick with it.”
“Recent case in point: Conrad William's incendiary vision in One of a post-apocalyptic future is shatteringly emotional and I wouldn't want it artificially sweetened in any way.”
“This was supposed to have been a confidence-building exercise but discussions this week have been shatteringly awful.”
“He turned out to be the kind of boss who is permanently on the brink of leaving the office to do something earth-shatteringly important.”
“That concert, on Thursday, includes John Cage's "Credo in US," Frederic Rzewski's "Coming Together" and Louis Andriessen's "Workers Union," which Mr. Munro described as "thrillingly and ear-shatteringly loud.”
“We complain about pop-ups (which are somewhat annoying, but not the world-shatteringly horrible thing theyâre portrayed to be), and then invent âpop-up blockersâ which, yeah, keep us from having to âsufferâ through advertising, but also impede âgoodâ uses of pop-ups as well.”
“Each was a soaring and shatteringly honest depiction of love and more importantly love lost.”
“The 95-minute piece, performed in Hebrew and Arabic with English surtitles, confronts the trauma of displacement on both sides, Jewish and Arab, so starkly and shatteringly that only the hardest of hard-liners could fail to be moved.”
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