- capable of attacking an enemy, especially by air: striking power.
- within the extent of space through which it is possible to attack a target effectively: striking distance.
Related formsstrik·ing·ly, adverbstrik·ing·ness, nounnon·strik·ing, adjectiveun·strik·ing, adjective
Examples from the Web for strikingly
Displays of malformations were obviously often strikingly offensive, none more so than the “Hottentot Venus.”We’re All Carnies Now: Why We Can’t Quit the Circus|Anthony Paletta|November 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Watercolors are strikingly identical and the charcoal works, done with color pencil, are deceptively perfect.
“What he did to the Church internally is a sadder story, most strikingly in his failure on the abuse crisis,” Berry says.The Seedy Side of Sainthood: Was John Paul II Canonized Too Fast?|Barbie Latza Nadeau|April 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
On first impression, the two make a strikingly disparate pair.A Most Illegal Adventure with New York City’s Wildest Underground Event Planners|Nina Strochlic|December 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Smith is pale and gangly, sporting a flop of dirty blond hair and a strikingly deep voice.
The circumstances and surroundings were strikingly different from those associated in his mind with such a service.Frank H. Nelson of Cincinnati|Warren C. Herrick
All this was strikingly contrasted with the selfishness which he had recently betrayed, when he was in personal danger.Tales And Novels, Volume 7 (of 10)|Maria Edgeworth
In the course of it, an incident occurred which strikingly illustrates the boldness and originality of Alexander's character.Alexander the Great|Jacob Abbott
The change of time to triple, at the part marked scherzando is unexpected and strikingly original.
It strikingly bespeaks the first-class man that Captain Swosser pre-eminently was.