What is the adverb for terrorise?

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  1. (literary) So as to cause terror or awe.
  2. Very; extremely.
  3. Very badly.
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  5. Examples:
    1. “As a film, Cinderella Man is terribly weak, thoroughly sentimental and predictable.”
      “When I was being beaten in the ring, terribly beaten, hideously beaten, it would have been easy for me to quit.”
      “Dr Chakrabarti has been a great servant to Milnrow and he will be terribly missed by everyone he has helped.”
  1. By means of terrorism, or in a manner that suggests it.
  1. In a terrific or extreme way.
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    1. “My goodness, what a terrifically odd and bizarre wheaten bread product you are, upon my word!”
      “We also had to deal with terrifically dry easterly winds, so building windbreaks and planting hedges were a top priority.”
      “It's terrifically difficult for her to cross the sitting-room to her favorite chair.”
  1. In a terrifying manner.
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    1. “Its twisted trunk and mangled branches resembled a terrifyingly gaunt person arching their back in immense agony.”
      “The strategy the High Command had adopted for fighting a probable two-front war was terrifyingly reckless.”
      “The remake tells the story of a family road trip that goes terrifyingly awry when the travelers become stranded in a government atomic zone.”
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