Words nearby terrific
Origin of terrific
OTHER WORDS FROM terrificter·rif·i·cal·ly, adverbun·ter·rif·ic, adjectiveun·ter·rif·i·cal·ly, adverb
Example sentences from the Web for terrifically
But colleagues insist he is smart, resourceful, talented, and terrifically hard-working.Privilege and Power: The Rise and Rise of Ben Sherwood|Lloyd Grove|March 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
All of this was unsurprising: the terrifically wealthy singer is both notoriously prickly and embarrassingly tight-fisted.Bigmouth Strikes Again: Smiths Bassist Andy Rourke Tells All|Michael Moynihan|October 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Having spent time bettering yourself these past six months, you now exhibit all the signs of a terrifically together person.
Heading down the East Coast on I-95 is terrifically boring, so my mind begins to race with the same old scary thoughts.
It seemed to him a terrifically heroic thing to do and he hoped by concealing himself in the barn to see it done.Poor White|Sherwood Anderson
As a matter of fact, half of them are not so terrifically busy and important as they consider themselves.New York Sketches|Jesse Lynch Williams
The dogs can travel in weather so terrifically cold that men would not dare to stir abroad.The Bungalow Boys North of Fifty-Three|Dexter J. Forrester
The most terrifically gratifying way of seeing one's hero and his eyes for the first time is to see them in his own home.And Even Now|Max Beerbohm
Charlotte Wentworth has written it out for me, in a terrifically distinct hand.The Europeans|Henry James