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  • r  in fear, "she hurried down the stairs fearfully"
  • r  in an alarming manner
    they were fearfully attacked

  • The peasants watched fearfully as he approached a local woman named Angelina Narcisse.
  • There might even be good news in the Iowa decision for gays in California, where activists are fearfully awaiting the justices' ruling on Prop 8, which is likely to be issued in .
  • The British Empire was still wondering fearfully what to do about them all, the Empire's most staggering problem .

  • Tim Costello in The West Australian
    Its impact on this country we can definitively say will be more lasting than the tsunami was,Mr Costello said. "Its crushing impact fearfully means that many of those unaccounted for are probably people who have died."
  • David Petraeus in Oneonta Daily Star
    The psalmist David wrote in Psalm 29:1: "The heavens declare the glory of God, and the firmament showeth his handiwork," and in Psalm 139:14: "I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made."
  • John Howard in NEWS.com.au
    It's a horrific human disaster. This country suffers fearfully from natural disasters and your heart must go out to them, it's very sad,Mr Howard said.

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