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adverb as in unnaturally

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One hears a high percentage of Americans are morbidly obese.

For the morbidly curious, he takes off his mask to reveal his true face at 1:20.

Chris Christie, the most popular Republican in the United States, finally decided being morbidly obese was unacceptable.

The sequence of events is tragic, morbidly funny, and exquisitely described—as are most of the stories in this collection.

I would definitely recommend it to people who were morbidly obese like I was.

He did not look at Cash, but he felt morbidly that Cash was regarding him with that hateful sneer hidden under his beard.

And Corydon was morbidly aware of her own lack of accomplishments, and acutely sensitive as to what others thought about her.

The unconscious man was laid down on a couch in the doctor's office, and the room was cleared of all the morbidly curious people.

In pathology, want of, or morbidly diminished appetite, without loathing of food.

His fear of the great proprietor had become morbidly acute, and Mr. Balfour could make no headway against it.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to morbidly, such as: gruesomely, insanely, unwholesomely, and weirdly.

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