grievously[ gree-vuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF grievously
Synonyms for grievously
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRIEVOUSLY
Grievously disordered they appear to be, as Hannah tells me.
But just then my childish pride was grievously piqued by Philip's criticism.
You shall subdue the society which has grievously wronged you, to your own high spirit.
"I love Laurent as a brother," said she grievously, when her aunt had ceased speaking.
What expectations I had formed, and how grievously was I disappointed!
Where she could have gone, and what she could be doing, puzzled him grievously.
"If a man insults me grievously in my affections and my honour, I will challenge him," said the Baron.
And she, absolutely conscious of purity, had been so grievously suspected!
We know how wrong he was in these thoughts;—how grievously he wronged her of whom he was thinking.
I was grievously afraid of the consequences of so bad an education.