Examples from the Web for shockingly
Shockingly, this last couplet made it into the 1953 film version; someone was napping over at MGM.
But faced with a sleeper hit, HBO shockingly did not quite feel the same way.Alright ‘True Detective,’ You Got Me: Taylor Kitsch Is a Woman’s Man|Teo Bugbee|November 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A shockingly small number of states require sex education to be medically accurate, and free from promotion of religion.
And shockingly, his lawyer said, Christie did nothing wrong.
It seems logical, but shockingly this is not the standard-of-care.
Thus far, one of the chief reactionary arguments against all men being free has been that men are so shockingly unequal.The Joyful Heart|Robert Haven Schauffler
The body of Mr. Septimus Bons has been found in a shockingly mutilated condition in the vicinity of the Bermondsey gas-works.The Celestial Omnibus and other Stories|E. M. Forster
It was his shockingly developed talent for worldly success that revolted me.A Circuit Rider's Wife|Corra Harris
He had been shockingly careless in his convalescence, had had a relapse in consequence, and deserved a good scolding!From Sand Hill to Pine|Bret Harte
Constantia burst into tears, and declared Eustace talked so shockingly she could not bear it.The Loyalists, Vol. 1-3|Jane West
British Dictionary definitions for shockingly
Word Origin and History for shockingly
1690s, "offensive," present participle adjective from shock (v.1). From 1704 as "causing a jolt of indignation, horror, etc.;" from 1798 as "so bad as to be shocking." Related: Shockingly. Shocking pink introduced February 1937 by Italian-born fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli.