sensationally

All Adverb
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  • The album met the expectations of many people and was sensationally popular after its release.
  • He sensationally returned to the team in 1992 and took over the full-back position.
  • He sensationally reached the final, seeing off four experienced players in his first ever appearance at the Winter Gardens.
  • Cape sent review copies only to newspapers and magazines he thought would handle the subject matter non-sensationally.
  • For that young man the day started sensationally. Cited from Bob Son of Battle, by Alfred Ollivant
  • After early promotion and a concert in Newcastle, she sensationally quit the band, despite still being under contract.
  • He continued his good form by sensationally scoring six goals in his first five national team matches from June to September 2005.
  • The Eighth was a sensationally successful performance that was immediately taken to New York where it scored a further triumph.
  • These may be stuffed sensationally in four different flavors with only two cheeses. Cited from The Complete Book of Cheese, by Robert Carlton Brown
  • He was suffering from low fever, and his condition was as sensationally shocking as any reporter could have wished. Cited from Ginx's Baby, A Satire, by Edward Jenkins?
  • In February 1975, Webb sensationally announced his retirement from the game after just a few months with his new club.
  • Already I am beginning to look on the time before Aline behaved so sensationally as terribly remote. Cited from Something New, by P.G. Wodehouse
  • Soviet Union sensationally defeated Canada 7-2 in the final and won the gold in its first championship ever.
  • Upon completion, the Tower House was sensationally received.
  • A girl who has observed the sundered lover sensationally off his feed does not go to bed with headaches if love has been reborn in her heart. Cited from Right Ho, Jeeves, by P. G. Wodehouse
  • Since then, Higgins played his music mainly in East Asia including Japan and South Korea and became sensationally famous.
  • Unrest grew between the two and eventually after a show in the Falklands, Van Day sensationally quit the group.
  • This was sensationally but inaccurately reported in one local newspaper as "fire brigade called to prevent boiler explosion".
  • However, Voss sensationally walked out on the GC17 bid team due to the fact that they refused to offer a five-year contract as head coach.
  • "He's a special!" shrilled the leading bird, sensationally. Cited from Lin McLean, by Owen Wister
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How sensationally gets used

Meaning of sensationally

  • adverb In a sensational manner
    in the summer of 1958 the pianist had a sensationally triumphant return