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See definition of atrociously on Dictionary.com
  • as inbrutally
  • as inwickedly

synonyms for atrociously

  • ferociously
  • fiercely
  • mercilessly
  • relentlessly
  • ruthlessly
  • savagely
  • viciously
  • barbarically
  • barbarously
  • brutishly
  • callously
  • demoniacally
  • diabolically
  • ferally
  • hardheartedly
  • heartlessly
  • in cold blood
  • inexorably
  • inhumanely
  • inhumanly
  • meanly
  • murderously
  • pitilessly
  • remorselessly
  • something fierce
  • something terrible
  • unkindly
  • unrelentingly
  • cruelly
  • viciously
  • immorally
  • evilly
  • corruptly
  • diabolically
  • hatefully
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antonyms for atrociously

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  • gently
  • humanely
  • kindly
  • nicely
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How to use atrociously in a sentence

Using the timeout to save five yards in the middle of the field early in the third quarter on first down is one of the most atrocious decisions a coach can make.
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I don’t know if you can find it on a map, but this is atrocious.
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But I declare this king worthy of being confined as a madman if he were so atrociously besotted.
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The various republics of Greece and the republic of Rome were nothing but oligarchies, often atrociously tyrannical.
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I read by all signs that she was making him suffer atrociously and I owed that girl a grudge.
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Woman Guest (to neighbor)—I never saw Mrs. Smythe looking quite so hideous and atrociously vulgar before, did you?
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The foul rebels have refused to parley, and have atrociously wronged the would-be peace-maker.
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He wished that it might be covered up, encysted like some morbid growth in the body, and not remain so atrociously alive.
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It riles me, however, that the affair was so atrociously bungled by Crenshaw and the others.
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"But it'd be no lie in your case, dearie," put in Mrs. Norton, feeling carefully of her atrociously blond store hair.
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