What is the adverb for fright?

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  1. In a frightening or terrifying manner.
  2. Very; beyond usual expectation so as to cause surprise or concern.
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  4. Examples:
    1. “It adds an extra layer of authenticity to an already frighteningly realistic film.”
      “I don't know, but I am sure that anonymity plays its part when these abysmal and frighteningly stupid people decide to view this stuff.”
      “Here, the music becomes anguished yet mechanical, frighteningly repetitious and full of noises that seem only half-human in origin.”
  1. In a frightful manner.
  2. Very, extremely.
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  4. Examples:
    1. “I sat down on the frightfully uncomfy seat and placed the sword on the battered wooden table.”
      “But in the flesh, trim and handsome, she seems wilfully unshowy and, well, frightfully nice.”
      “However, up until very recently, your average karaoke bar was a frightfully seedy affair.”
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