horribly[ hawr-uh-buhl, hor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF horribly
Synonyms for horribly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HORRIBLY
Would honor compel him to marry her if she were horribly pock-marked?
They would be interesting, beyond shadow of questioning, horribly interesting.
She became all at once horribly ashamed and shocked at what she was doing.
They were so horribly reduced, that they were awful to look upon.
At first I was horribly frightened—I thought you and Marcus had been quarrelling.
My aunt, seeing me thus arrayed, was horribly shocked, and told me so.
I found he'd been looking Dillon up, and this jarred on me horribly.
And he said if they did we must be horribly surprised and shocked.
He was horribly alarmed by her sudden and mysterious disappearance.
"Madre, how horribly I must have disappointed you," she said.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HORRIBLY
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