What is another word for extremely nice?
What is another word for very nice?
What’s the meaning of awfully nice?
very; extremely: That was awfully nice of you.
What is the synonym of the word awfully?
very, extremely, really, exceedingly, immensely, thoroughly, decidedly, terribly, frightfully, dreadfully, fearfully, exceptionally, uncommonly, remarkably, eminently, extraordinarily, most, positively, particularly.
How do you use awfully in a sentence?
Awfully sentence example
- I’m awfully glad you’re my brother.
- He was awfully hungry!
- You’re awfully nosy not to have any real interest in this stuff.
- You’re awfully like me, just such another giggler….
- He looks awfully big.
- I rode on a rough road, and fell off three or four times, and am now awfully lame!
Would you mind awfully meaning?
[ˈɔːfəli ] adverb. (= very) terriblement. I’m awfully sorry.
What is the antonyms of awfully?
Opposite of to a great or extreme degree. little. negligibly. nominally. slightly.
What are other ways to say good?
Ways to Say Very Good
- Exactly rights.
Did awful used to mean good?
“Awful” appeared around the same time as “awe,” and originally meant “inspiring great awe,” i.e., causing profound dread or great fear. As “awe” evolved, so did “awful,” gradually coming to mean “deserving great respect” and “inspiring, majestic.”
How do you use awfully as an adverb?
awfully adverb (GREATLY) very or extremely, when used before an adjective or adverb: It’s an awfully long time since we last saw each other. I’m awfully sorry, but we’ve forgotten to reserve you a table. Want to learn more?
Would I mind meaning?
phrase. DEFINITIONS1. used for asking politely for something. would you mind doing something: Would you mind closing that window?
What is the synonym and antonym of dreadful?
1’a dreadful accident’ terrible, frightful, horrible, grim, awful, dire. frightening, terrifying, horrifying, alarming. distressing, shocking, appalling, harrowing. ghastly, fearful, hideous, horrendous, monstrous, unspeakable, gruesome, tragic, calamitous, grievous, grisly.