Related formsstar·tling·ly, adverbun·star·tling, adjective
Examples from the Web for startlingly
He is a startlingly brilliant bassist, as accomplished in classical music as in jazz.
Edith Wharton, of course, writes in such a startlingly sharp and close-grained way about how people live.
Barack Obama has completely distracted attention from the startlingly right-wing government that Bibi installed on Monday.
The second half of the film, in particular, is startlingly effective.
There was a time when the average Briton or American belonged to a startlingly large number of clubs and societies.
The result will be so startlingly beautiful that no further words will be necessary.One Thousand Secrets of Wise and Rich Men Revealed|C. A. Bogardus
He had watched a program just last month, and it had been startlingly lifelike.Cost of Living|Robert Sheckley
The same aquiline nose and gray eyes, but how startlingly different he looked.Crossed Trails in Mexico|Nell Virginia Fairfax and Helen Allan Ripley
His face was the colour of lead, his eyes were startlingly bloodshot.The Isle of Unrest|Henry Seton Merriman
They spring from a pantheistic philosophy in many respects, startlingly resembling those of modern times.Mystics and Saints of Islam|Claud Field