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Definition of Terrifically

Terrifically
Terrifically Ter*rif"ic*al*ly, adv. In a terrific manner.

Meaning of Terrifically from wikipedia

- that she "pla**** her part well, and her fear and disorientation are terrifically enhanced by the decision to keep the [original] setting in this remake"...
- man, firing his gun exactly 417 times. So Sicario 2 is junk, but it's terrifically stylish junk. Director Stefano Solima has worked in Italian crime thrillers...
- 2020. Stine, R.L. [@rl_stine] (September 1, 2019). "READY OR NOT is a terrifically fun bloodbath of a movie. It's tense and horrifying and hilarious at...
- Heavyweight: 'Terrifically moving'". Financial Times. Retrieved Jan 26, 2020. Sturges, Fiona (9 October 2016). "Podcast review — Heavyweight: 'Terrifically moving'"...
- springing up and attracting many members. Kelly referred to her fan club as "terrifically amusing". Kelly was noticed during a visit to the set of Fourteen Hours...
- him,” Plummer who told Vanity Fair. “Kevin is such a talented and a terrifically gifted actor, and it’s so sad. It’s such a shame. That’s all I can say...
- David Ansen of Newsw**** wrote that she and co-star Rory Culkin gave "terrifically natural, nuanced performances". In 2004, she appeared in Raising Helen...
- "William Lombardy characterized Fischer's game as machinelike, with 'terrifically accurate positional play but never boring... His opening repertory is...
- Zemeckis believed Stoltz was not comedic enough and that he gave a "terrifically dramatic performance". Gale further explained they felt Stoltz was simply...
- hailing it as "a rich, baroque, intricately detailed entertainment" and a "terrifically good-natured, unpretentious and irresistibly buoyant film". NME's Larry...
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