Examples from the Web for breathtakingly
The dance sequences in Pina are breathtakingly filmed—some in the theater, some in outdoor settings.Wim Wenders Talks About His 3-D Pina Bausch Documentary|Stephen Farber|December 23, 2011|DAILY BEAST
The good cop/bad cop routine with Joe Biden, who dutifully argued against more troops, was breathtakingly cynical.
A few weeks ago, she debuted her spring collection of breathtakingly short, tight dresses and skirts, to critical raves.
He had bet on real estate for decades and been breathtakingly successful.
British Dictionary definitions for breathtakingly
Word Origin and History for breathtakingly
1867, from breath + present participle of take (v.). Phrase to take (one's) breath away with astonishment or delight is from 1864. Breathtaking (n.) "act of taking breaths or a breath" is from 1620s. Related: Breathtakingly.