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  1. Shalkis Reply
    Although some object to any use of awful or awfully in any sense not connected with a feeling of awe, both have been used in other senses for several centuries. Awful and awfully as adverbial intensifiers— awful (ly) hot; awful .
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    Awfully definition, very; extremely: That was awfully nice of you. He's awfully slow. See more.
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    aw‧ful1 /ˈɔːfəl $ ˈɒː-/ ●●● S1 adjective 1 very bad or unpleasant SYN terrible The weather was awful. He is a pretty awful driver. That fridge smells awful.
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    Synonyms for awful at dekepinhygaltenemocamarselfge.coinfo with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Find descriptive alternatives for awful.
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    awful (adj.) c. , agheful "worthy of respect or fear, striking with awe; causing dread," from aghe, an earlier form of awe (n.), + dekepinhygaltenemocamarselfge.coinfo Old English word was dekepinhygaltenemocamarselfge.coinfoed sense "very bad" is from ; weakened sense of "excessively, very great" is by It formerly was occasionally used in a sense "profoundly reverential" (s).
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    ‘We have done an awful lot to get rid of a lot of the forms we have got and also the policies.’ ‘There was an awful lot to learn and a great deal of pressure, but he coped with it well.’ ‘There is an awful lot of detail in this report and I am sure it is all of interest to readers.’.
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    Although some object to any use of awful or awfully in any sense not connected with a feeling of awe, both have been used in other senses for several centuries. Awful and awfully as adverbial intensifiers —awful (ly) hot; awful .
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    usage: Although some object to any use of awful or awfully in any sense not connected with a feeling of awe, both have been used in other senses for several centuries. awful and awfully as adverbial intensifiers - awful (ly) clever; awful (ly) cold - appear in the early 19th century, following much the same pattern as horribly and dreadfully.