Instead, she responded by writing a powerfully candid memoir.
What is truly surprising is how rarely these acts of madness occur and how powerfully most veterans preserve their humanity.
Governor Romney should strive for consistency from his first debate, a powerfully persuasive tactic.
The authors I have mentioned here were all original writers, powerfully so.
Cogswell's book most powerfully reminds you of the necessary mess of activism.
He was a powerfully built man, with keen gray eyes deeply set in their sockets.
Bound though he was, he swung his feet upward suddenly and powerfully.
Our new Constitution is powerfully attacked in the American newspapers.
The latter tends directly and powerfully to counteract the former.
Jim Podmore's drowsiness coming upon him powerfully here, he had as much as he could do to keep himself awake.
c.1400, from power (n.) + -ful. Meaning "of great quality or number" is from 1811; colloquial sense of "exceedingly" (adv.) is from 1822. Related: Powerfully. Thornton ("American Glossary") notes powerful as "Much used by common people in the sense of very," along with monstrous and cites curious expressions such as devilish good, monstrous pretty (1799), dreadful polite, cruel pretty, abominable fine (1803), "or when a young lady admires a lap dog for being so vastly small and declares him prodigious handsome" (1799).