Examples from the Web for staggeringly
All of this comes across in her writing about cultural politics—and she is staggeringly prolific.
Staggeringly, gambling revenues in Italy last year amounted to more than $120 billion.
After all, few chairmen in history have seen their party's fortunes reverse in such a staggeringly short amount of time.
You will also see something else: persistent and staggeringly high unemployment.
The details were different but the notes she struck were staggeringly familiar.
His horse, ears ahead, saw them also, and staggeringly felt out the way.The Covered Wagon|Emerson Hough
Some distance away he found the boat in which he had come, and entered it, staggeringly.A Black Adonis|Linn Boyd Porter
Rorke rose sluggishly, groggily, staggeringly, to the summons for the sixth round.Buff: A Collie and other dog-stories|Albert Payson Terhune
She was staggeringly different now from the daughter of the simple home in the Rue d'Athènes.The Roll-Call|Arnold Bennett
The first of these questions was answered, staggeringly, at a quarter after eleven.
British Dictionary definitions for staggeringly
Word Origin and History for staggeringly
"amazing," 1560s, from present participle of stagger (v.). Related: Staggeringly.