badly

[ bad-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF badly

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BADLY

"Seems to take it badly," remarked Banstead, looking at his disappearing figure.

The scene, in so far as the Prince is concerned, is badly conducted.

We hear them read far too often and far too badly, and all repetition is anti-spiritual.

He rather pitied the vine—it seemed to have been badly used by fate, just as he had been.

If he was badly off, so, too, were many other boys and girls in that Mediterranean island.

Nimrod said his bicycle betrayed itself, too, only not so badly.

I was a good deal laughed at, but not badly treated, on the whole.

That he should be so scolded and badly treated was not the best for him.

"They march badly--badly," he said, shielding his eyes from the sun with his hand.

I am as badly off as you; for, hang me, if there was not a Bow Street runner in the town.

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