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Dressing up a word with an adverb is like "putting a hat on a horse," claims The Elements of Style.
Don't do it.
Don't overdress your words.
The Jesuit moved forward, oblivious of Chris, who was gaping in wonder; of Karl, stepping lithe and incredulous from the study; of Karras, emerging bewildered from the kitchen while the nightmarish poundings and croakings continued. He went up the staircase, slender hand like alabaster sliding upward on the banister.
More chilling, no?