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- adj. Archaic form of terrific. (inspiring terror)
- adj. terrific (superb; wonderful)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Terrific.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
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Oh, it was simply "terrifical," as Esmeralda would say.
Consider the unfairness of her teacher, Mrs. Meacham (Sandra Oh), who encourages her pupils to be original, yet inexplicably does not want them using words like "terrifical" or "funner."
I hanged dem out on a windy day so dey smell terrifical an are soft.
“It would be bad joss na to return her to her parents and bury her as a Chinese, oh, absolutely very bad terrifical, Tai-Pan.”
When fever sickness began, I thought it terrifical wise.
Wat for should the only true God, who is therefore fantastical clever, say only one wife, heya, which is terrifical stupid?
In the evening we had terrifical ghost stories, which held, us fascinated till _one o'clock in the morning_.
If Ramona, the spirited third-grader at the center of "Ramona and Beezus," gave a one-word review of the movie about her love/hate relationship with her big sister, Beatrice, she would say that it was "terrifical."
I think it’s terrifical important we should get another Chinese sister before we leave.”
Make love and guide you both terrifical good, to be sure, but that’s na enough.
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