Awfully sentence examples

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  • I'm awfully glad you're my brother.

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  • He was awfully hungry!

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  • You're awfully nosy not to have any real interest in this stuff.

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  • "You seem awfully young to have two teenagers," Laurie said.

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  • You're awfully like me, just such another giggler....

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  • "A little miffed," she admitted, "but it's awfully hard to stay upset with you."

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  • I rode on a rough road, and fell off three or four times, and am now awfully lame!

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  • "Awfully angry!" he said, smiling and getting up.

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  • That Fitzgerald is getting awfully familiar with the tall redhead.

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  • "You're awfully chipper today," Brady said with a grimace.

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  • He looks awfully big.

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  • Do take care of yourself my darling - I feel awfully anxious about you.

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  • I'm sorry son, I feel awfully tired all of a sudden.

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  • I 'm sorry son, I feel awfully tired all of a sudden.

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  • I am awfully glad you are coming home in June.

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  • eightya film set in the early Sixties, it feels awfully Eighties.

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  • Unless sin is to be awfully punished, the language of Scripture appears extravagant.

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  • I'm awfully fond of the snaps you sent me.

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  • Goodbye my love, now - I wish you had been here last night we had an awfully jolly evening.

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  • I am awfully sorry you can't come over before the event but you certainly must come after.

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  • yours with love, Dora I'm awfully excited about our bunnies!

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  • I love you awfully!

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  • For someone who rejects word worship, you 're awfully quick off the mark to purvey nonsense by definition.

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  • I wore them once - the first time for 5 months - and felt awfully stuffy, I could n't sleep.

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  • However, those sticks you can pick up look awfully flammable...

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  • Emma and he both look awfully bucked about things, but not any more bucked than you and I'll be.

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  • Heaps of love, sweetheart, I feel awfully sappy to-day - it makes a big lump come in my throat.

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  • schizoid man of wealth and taste, Alter has an awfully retarded vocabulary.

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  • I wore them once - the first time for 5 months - and felt awfully stuffy, I couldn't sleep.

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  • Later a raven-haired temptress, who looked awfully like Liv Tyler out of Lord Of The Rings, paid a welcome visit.

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  • Of course, it seems an awfully silly little trifle to talk about.

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  • It may seem to be an awfully clever wheeze to some Whitehall spin doctor to " bury bad news " in this way.

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  • For a 21st century schizoid man of wealth and taste, Alter has an awfully retarded vocabulary.

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  • Details are awfully sketchy at this point, as the artist did not want to spoil the story before its release.

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  • I am awfully sorry you ca n't come over before the event but you certainly must come after.

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  • Yours with love, Dora I 'm awfully excited about our bunnies !

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  • In December of 2007, Vince and Jennifer sent the tabloid tongues a-waggin', when they were seen around Hollywood looking awfully cozy.

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  • They're a big fish, but online casual video games make up an awfully large pond.

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  • Self-employed individuals, and people whose employers do not provide adequate health insurance coverage, usually find that purchasing Texas medical insurance is necessary but awfully expensive.

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  • That can seem like an awfully long time to wait if you're worried!

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  • Louis Reard's original bikini design was considered awfully daring in its day, but in the years since its debut, the bikini has undergone numerous design changes, shrinking to a sliver of its original size.

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