1 He must be awfully old, for his face is all gnarled and twisted like the bark of a tree.
2 But the room was awfully stuffy.
3 He was awfully fond of music and sang a little.
4 Thanks awfully, old chap," said Ignatius Gallaher, "I'm sorry we didn't meet earlier.
5 At first I was astonished, but very soon I became awfully curious to see what he would find out from me.
6 It is awfully hard work doing nothing.
7 I am awfully sorry that I have made you waste an evening, Harry.
8 But I am awfully obliged to you for all that you have said to me.
9 And you are awfully unjust, Basil.
10 'It's awfully nice of you to think of me,' he said laconically.
11 'Connie's looking awfully unwell,' she said in her soft voice, fixing him with her beautiful, glowering grey eyes.
12 I mean it would be awfully nice to have a child running about the house, and feel one was building up a future for it.
13 Men were awfully kind to Constance Reid or to Lady Chatterley; but not to her womb they weren't kind.
14 But I'm awfully sorry about it, and I do hope you are not minding very much.
15 I'm awfully unhappy for your sake: but do try to take it quietly.