awesomely

adverb
awe·some·ly | \ˈȯ-səm-lē \

Definition of awesomely 

: in an awesome manner : to an awesome extent an awesomely massive structure an awesomely beautiful scene Mr. Gay is an awesomely well-informed historian, but he does little to turn any of his fine skepticism about the past onto his own position …— James R. Kincaid Her awesomely thorough research alone probably occupied most of 10 years …— Alastair Macaulay Along with this sound comes a concussive suction so awesomely powerful that it's both scary and strangely comforting …— David Foster Wallace He was reported to be awesomely clever, with the glamour of a far-away city and a big university hanging around him.— Lucy Maud Montgomery

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Mashing avocado into the turkey mixture helps prevent the meat from shrinking and drying out during cooking, which is why these stay awesomely juicy, even when they’re cooked all the way through. The Healthyish Team, Bon Appetit, "Healthy 4th of July Recipes to Eat Outdoors (With Lots of SPF On)," 13 June 2018 Mashing avocado into the turkey mixture helps prevent the meat from shrinking and drying out during cooking, which is why these stay awesomely juicy, even when they’re cooked all the way through. The Healthyish Team, Bon Appetit, "Healthy 4th of July Recipes to Eat Outdoors (With Lots of SPF On)," 13 June 2018 After asking if fans want to throw it back, Chris Lane took a second for an outfit change only to come back sporting an awesomely vintage Western shirt and Garth Brooks-esque black hat. Taylor Weatherby, Billboard, "The 17 Best Moments From CMA Fest 2018 Day 2," 9 June 2018 Mashing avocado into the turkey mixture helps prevent the meat from shrinking and drying out during cooking, which is why these stay awesomely juicy, even when they’re cooked all the way through. The Healthyish Team, Bon Appetit, "60 Healthy Summer Recipes to Make Over and Over Again," 7 May 2018 Mashing avocado into the turkey mixture helps prevent the meat from shrinking and drying out during cooking, which is why these stay awesomely juicy, even when they’re cooked all the way through. The Healthyish Team, Bon Appetit, "60 Healthy Summer Recipes to Make Over and Over Again," 7 May 2018 The years 1962 to 1968 were awesomely turbulent for this country. Tim Smith, baltimoresun.com, "Pulitzer winners, classic Oscar Wilde slated for Everyman Theatre's 2018-2019 season," 1 May 2018 YouTuber Wendover Productions already did an awesomely in-depth exploration of all the little costs that add up to one typical plane ticket, but obviously some budget airlines are able to avoid these seemingly inescapable fees. Eric Limer, Popular Mechanics, "How Budget Airlines Cut Costs to Make Their Flights So Cheap," 31 May 2016 This much was unequivocally true of the Fall 2018 runway shows: The awesomely big, shoulder-padded extravagance of the 1980s is back. Brooke Bobb, Vogue, "This Stylist and Archivist Wants to Show You What the Real Fashion of the 1980s Looked Like," 27 Mar. 2018

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1863, in the meaning defined above

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