awfully : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r used as intensifiers
- r of a dreadful kind
- r in a terrible manner
- It's been an awfully long time since NASA's manned space program had a truly good idea.
- Design and assemble that DNA the way a software designer writes code, and you come awfully close to inventing a living thing.
- This article is awfully casual about accusing others of "irresponsibility.
- Tiger Wood in ESPN
I'm very happy to shoot that and to have that be the lead is awfully nice,Woods said after posting an 8-under 132 halfway total, one shot better than Irishman Padraig Harrington (66) on a day when the cream rose quickly to the top.
- Cristie Kerr in AFP
I'm there now, but I have to prove that I deserve to be there,Kerr said. "So there is still a lot of work ahead. But it feels awfully good right now."
- Bob Knight in San Jose Mercury News
Pete was a second father to both Jerry and myself,said Knight, who won three NCAA titles at Indiana. "I think while we're awfully saddened by the passing, I think we can both feel good about the relationship we had with the basketball...