scarily

[ UK /skˈe‍əɹili/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in an alarming manner
    the disturbing thing about the Minister's behavior is that far from being artificial, it too often rings frighteningly true
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How To Use scarily In A Sentence

  • Ferrell plays Phil, a peewee soccer coach driven to insanity by his scarily competitive relationship with his father.
  • And scarily, just as I thought that, I felt myself being lifted out of my seat by a pair of lightly tanned, strong hands, with little black stars tattooed between the thumb and forefingers.
  • For grotesque this was or, in its own scarily inventive way, grotesque burlesque. Times, Sunday Times
  • Thankfully, the game has online origins, so is blessed with an enormous internet metaverse of hints, tips and strategies, as well as a scarily in-depth history.
  • When the future of body modification is so scarily huge — pleasure-heightening electrodynamic touch sensors implanted in the skin, anybody? Times, Sunday Times
  • For grotesque this was or, in its own scarily inventive way, grotesque burlesque. Times, Sunday Times
  • I'm sure the tall one with the scarily white teeth has many businessy tricks up his sleeve. The Sun
  • This footage is followed by scarily similar scenes of rows of identical workers entering and working in the factories and steel mills.
  • The player is obviously a star, but even he has looked off the pace as of late as he returned from an injury scarily ahead of schedule.
  • They're scarily good in attack. Times, Sunday Times
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