dreadfully US: ['dredfəli] UK: ['dredf(ə)li]
I think I must tire her dreadfully.
I'm sure Aunt Polly will be dreadfully shocked.
As the months wore on Miss Glover became dreadfully solicitous.
Lord Henry, you are quite delightful and dreadfully demoralizing.
The house is so antique and dismal that it depresses me dreadfully.
One hopes for so much from a chicken and is so dreadfully disillusioned.
These boots hurt his feet dreadfully and made him feel very tired and miserable.
His limbs were nearly frozen, and his body dreadfully emaciated by fatigue and suffering.
Miss Ley had discovered alterations, and spiteful feminine tongues had said that he was going off dreadfully.
He exaggerates dreadfully, and all boys like to seem Byronic, so do most men, for the matter of that.