Thesaurus / atrociously

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I don’t know if you can find it on a map, but this is atrocious.

It was atrociously, sordidly intimate, with its core in Harris, who when Miss Filbert had well gone from the room looked up.

HildaSarah Jeanette Duncan

It riles me, however, that the affair was so atrociously bungled by Crenshaw and the others.

Life must have been atrociously narrow and trammelled to any free spirit.

Richard WagnerJohn F. Runciman

All the world knows how atrociously badly he has behaved to your own cousin.

Mr. Scarborough's FamilyAnthony Trollope

He wished that it might be covered up, encysted like some morbid growth in the body, and not remain so atrociously alive.

Friendship and FollyMaria Louise Pool

Oh, dont imagine I dont know how atrociously I have behaved to her, he said; but she drove me mad.

That which followed was so atrociously personal that in any country but America we could have had an action against them.

Ruggles of Red GapHarry Leon Wilson

"This girl is atrociously ugly, I tell you," said M. de Ravil.

PrideEugne Sue

It is stated that never in history were novels so atrociously mediocre as they are to-day.

Books and PersonsArnold Bennett

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