- adv. In a terrifying manner.
“Characters brighten into glowing complexity and then, trampled by the “march of time,” are all but extinguished in terrifyingly casual flash-forwards that, within the space of a paragraph, effectively write off all the writing that’s been devoted to them.”
“And in Max Ophüls's masterly "Caught" 1949, Ryan is a terrifyingly narcissistic, piercingly lonely control freak who marries to spite his psychiatrist.”
“If it serves as a wake up call, it should be to the fact that the veneer of civilization can be terrifyingly thin.”
“A collection that showcases Gaiman's storytelling brilliance as well as his terrifyingly entertaining dark sense of humor.”
“He has on-the-ground knowledge of the sometimes terrifyingly high and remote places these people lived that few of us will ever see.”
“The reason is the institutionalized oppression inherent in Islamic law, under which religious minorities are stripped of their legal, religious and social freedoms, and forced to live as second-class citizens or "dhimmis," in a precarious and terrifyingly vulnerable state of existence.”
“In our world, such a promise is illusory, as already demonstrated in the past at Three Mile Island and Chernobyl, and now so terrifyingly underway in Japan.”
“Given all that, Reid's only hope was to turn his opponent not just into an unacceptable alternative, but a terrifyingly, hideously, unthinkably awful one.”
“Often beginning as a stomach bug or flu, it can go on to kill terrifyingly fast.”
“And one we just barely missed, the narrative usefully—terrifyingly—reminds us with all the persuasiveness one would expect from the show's executive producer, Joel Surnow, co-creator of "24," and writer Stephen Kronish, also a "24" veteran.”
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