excruciatingly

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Why is she so excruciatingly beautiful that I cannot be angry with her, even now?'

Natt's face was excruciatingly ridiculous, and Paul laughed at the sight of it.

To them the incident was excruciatingly funny, and they burst into loud laughter.

Sometimes he is excruciatingly funny, and then he disgusts me.

And Miss Green, it must be admitted, was excruciatingly funny.

Ever, my dearest Mamma your most affectionate, but excruciatingly sore, son.

One must be polite, even when it would be excruciatingly exquisite to be otherwise.

Her inquiries as to their means of livelihood were excruciatingly embarrassing.

To her it constitutes, apparently, an excruciatingly funny joke.

Some were excruciatingly alive to the situation; others were in a daze.

WORD ORIGIN

1590s, present participle adjective from excruciate. Related: Excruciatingly.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EXCRUCIATINGLY

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