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bloodcurdlingly

Definitions

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  • adv. in a bloodcurdling manner

Etymologies

bloodcurdling +‎ -ly (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Mr. Jones updates it to the 20th century and subverts its religiosity by making the visitation of the Virgin Mary a hallucination, and both abbess and the aristocratic aunt bloodcurdlingly nasty.

    Triple-Header Makes Excellent Opera

  • Matching him sinew for sinew is Wes Studi as the bloodcurdlingly vengeful villain Magua, who vows to rip the heart out of an old adversary.

    Last of the Mohicans: No 18

  • Felecia screamed louder and more bloodcurdlingly than the time I took her to a macabre horror flick and the demon-villain cut open the woman's throat with a big silver butcher knife, the blood spurting out all over his face and down her dress, drenching them both.

    The Year I Lived In Crete

  • Halloween preview post # 10: 10 timed, bloodcurdlingly true stories @ DC's

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • Alderling did laugh, forlornly, and as I must say, rather bloodcurdlingly.

    Questionable Shapes

  • Watching is sometimes hard, bloodcurdlingly hard, but reality is no less hard right now.

    Adrian Monck

  • (Rose McIver) sneaks into Mr. Harvey's house and rummages through his desk drawers while he slowly climbs the stairs is as bloodcurdlingly scary as anything I've ever seen on film.

    Home | The New York Observer

  • The scene where Susie’s suspicious sister (Rose McIver) sneaks into Mr. Harvey’s house and rummages through his desk drawers while he slowly climbs the stairs is as bloodcurdlingly scary as anything I’ve ever seen on film.

    A Nightmare on Their Street

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