You may not like all their messages, but they are tremendously keen to have your ear.
Only its tremendously important and compelling subject makes "Slave" stand out.
Anger Is an Energy is a tremendously entertaining read, and I urge everyone to pick up a copy and start dreaming again.
That's a tremendously difficult job and it requires a tremendous amount of statesmanship and leadership.
Lest we forget, there are millions of young, female Americans who admire her tremendously.
"You'll be tremendously surprised, but I can't help it," she said.
"Your father admired him tremendously," Mrs. Carew went on to say.
Anyhow, it was Brown who made me realise what tremendously interesting things frontiers are.
It's going to be quite wonderful—you'll be tremendously happy.
There is nothing to modern British taste positively immoral in this first part, but it is tremendously sexual.
1630s, "awful, dreadful, terrible," from Latin tremendus "fearful, terrible," literally "to be trembled at," gerundive form of tremere "to tremble" (see tremble). Hyperbolic or intensive sense of "extraordinarily great or good, immense" is attested from 1812, paralleling semantic changes in terrific, terribly, awfully, etc.