Examples from the Web for sensationally
Two years later, the duo was sensationally acquitted in an appellate trial that set them free.
Two years later, they were sensationally acquitted on appeal.Amanda Knox’s Ex Raffaele Sollecito Tells All in ‘Honor Bound’ Memoir|Barbie Latza Nadeau|September 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Illustrated lectures followed by literature are of inestimable value if rightly and not sensationally given.Euthenics, the science of controllable environment|Ellen H. Richards
That's allegory; besides, you express yourself too sensationally, sir, which I consider impertinence.The Possessed|Fyodor Dostoevsky
All at once, almost anything I undertook to do was sensationally successful.
Any poetry that is marked by violence, that is conspicuous in color, that is sensationally odd, makes an immediate appeal.Literature in the Making|Various
Added to that, there was my sensationally successful career.
British Dictionary definitions for sensationally
Word Origin and History for sensationally
"of or pertaining to sensation or the senses," 1840; "aiming at violently excited effects," 1863, from sensation in its secondary sense. Related: Sensationalistic; sensationalistically.