fearsomely fearsomely

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in a fearsome manner

Usage(s):

  1. Yet the stories told by those who survived were both fearsomely fascinating and ultimately inexplicable.
  2. British soldiers during the Crimean War gained a fearsome respect for their fearsomely foliaged Turkish allies, and many of those who survived proudly bore a bristle back home.
  3. The author believes that this fearsomely beautiful, arid countrya once-fertile landis the graveyard of a great civilization.

News

  1. Today Menswear Opens - Fearsomely cool

    Hipster is the word crying out to be used here. Today, the new men's clothing store in the former Project Gallery on Fourth Avenue, is so fearsomely cool that it could itself be an exhibit at that gallery known for its challenging conceptual art installations. To be fair, in late August, not all the...
    on October 14, 2013     Source: Ann Arbor Observer

  2. Today - Fearsomely cool

    Hipster is the word crying out to be used here. Today, the new men's clothing store in the former Project Gallery on Fourth Avenue, is so fearsomely cool that it could itself be an exhibit at that gallery known for its challenging conceptual art installations. To be fair, in late August, not all the...
    on October 14, 2013     Source: Ann Arbor Observer

Quotes

  1. "Let's not forget that Heikki is fearsomely quick but is still very much developing his approach," said Whitmarsh. "We have a clearly defined programme for him in the weeks and months ahead and feel certain that he will only grow stronger."
    on Sep 16, 2008 By: Martin Whitmarsh Source: ITV.com

  2. As Rutherford says, "matches in Paris were fearsomely physical, so we would just go there and try to move the ball quickly, to give it a lash. At Murrayfield, we always thought we could win - would win - mainly because we didn't realise how good...
    on Feb 2, 2008 By: John Rutherford Source: Scotland on Sunday

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