List of Adverbs Starting with R and their example sentences.
|Adverbs Starting with R||Example Sentences|
|ramblingly||Some balloons go ramblingly into the air.|
|rhapsodically||The new songs are rhapsodically beautiful.|
|rampantly||It was rampantly apparent that she had no idea what to do.|
He rampantly ran through the woods in pursuit of his prey.
|radiantly||His business is not only globally acclaimed, but it is also radiantly successful.|
The party was radiantly atmospheric and well organized.
|racially||The response was racially charged.|
Many students have a racially biased attitude towards their peers of different colors.
|rapidly||The more I watch tv, the more rapidly I like it.|
I didn’t want to run out of oxygen on the mountain rapidly, so I started breathing slowly and steadily.
|really||I really enjoyed travelling to Spain last year – it was an experience that radiated positivity.|
|randomly||She rambled randomly around the store, trying to decide what she wanted.|
We had been randomly dancing to the music when suddenly it stopped, and a voice came over the speaker asking us to get to the nearest exit as fast as possible because there had been fire and our lives were in grave danger.
|radially||The roads radially spread out from the town center like spokes in a wheel.|
The CEO gave me a radially challenging task, but I accepted it with gusto!
|radically||I can offer you an incredible discount radically.|
|rabidly||The fans were rabidly cheering their team on, hoping they would win.|
They were rabidly anti-communist parliament members.
The news report was rabidly biased in its coverage of the presidential election.
|risibly||She risibly revealed her fears in front of everyone.|
|ritually||He always ritually lets his opinion be known.|
Decorate the windows with ritually free printable patterns.
|robustly||The robustly built steps can hold up to 500 pounds of weight.|
I like robustly methodically structured strategies which constantly focuses on turning information into knowledge.
|rudimentarily||She is known for her rudimentarily lackluster understanding of foreign relations.|
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