He owes naught to me since I used him so evilly, and therefore I may not ask his aid.'
The damsel was evilly clad in rags, and seemed like a scullion-maid.
She stared down at it fiercely, evilly, like a witch planning an enchantment.
"It is ever well to help the helpless," said Hunding evilly.
It was no longer smooth-shaven, and it was changed, evilly changed.
He laughed at this—but evilly, and no further word could I get out of either of them.
The man spake none so evilly for a persecutor, and in my heart I liked him.
He drew near the window bars and glowered down at them evilly.
Not all visitors to Canterbury were so evilly entreated as the Duc de Nivernais.
How evilly could Life desert a man and kill him with loneliness.