Meaning of harrowingly in English:

harrowingly

adverb

See harrowing

‘Chekhov's short story ‘Peasants' harrowingly captures the nastiness, brutishness and shortness of life in a village of the time.’
  • ‘A harrowingly metaphorical building, the Jewish Museum exemplifies the preoccupation with symbolism in Berlin's new architecture.’
  • ‘This is one of the finest accounts of a Greek play I have seen, and Claire Higgins's harrowingly passionate performance is great.’
  • ‘She did not seem to flinch from the subject, though she portrayed it harrowingly.’
  • ‘The rapes of Boudica and her daughters by the Roman invaders are harrowingly shown.’