diabolically

[ dahy-uh-bol-ik or dahy-uh-bol-i-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF diabolically

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My fancies have not deceived me—I love you ecstatically, diabolically, as a madman might!

Ah, she had always been diabolically clever, unscrupulously ambitious!

Yes, the device was simple, diabolically simple, and adequate.

These Robots, diabolically developed, were upon the verge of revolt.

Diabolically clever, too, in his way, but an idealist at heart.

And that, though meant to indicate a suicide, proved only a diabolically clever criminal!

Beside which, a strange lust for work possessed the diabolically gnarled body.

So that they appear to have carried out what might have seemed mere idle threats in a diabolically savage way.

The huge level is studded with brazen statues of eminent gentlemen riding fretful horses on diabolically severe curbs.

He had written into that note—by a code of diabolically ingenious wording—a secret message to his own spies in Washington.

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