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Lieutenant Somers of the marines is more badly hurt, a spear having gone through the thigh.
AMONG MALAY PIRATESG. A. HENTY
One more badly crippled plane made a try for the deck, but missed and fell into the sea.
SALLY SCOTT OF THE WAVESROY J. SNELL
Look 'ere, we've a dozen or more badly injured hands aboard, an' we wants to get 'em off.
BILLY BARCROFT, R.N.A.S.PERCY F. WESTERMAN
I am sorry to say that nothing is, as a rule, more badly botched, while nothing is more easily or simply cooked as it should be.
WOODCRAFT AND CAMPINGGEORGE WASHINGTON SEARS (NESSMUK)
The plane must have been more badly damaged than I thought, commented Bill.
BILL BRUCE ON FOREST PATROLHENRY HARLEY ARNOLD
There never were in all the world six more badly scared children than those who huddled in the old King orchard that August night.
THE STORY GIRLLUCY MAUD MONTGOMERY
I have seldom seen a public building more elaborately adorned or more badly placed.
SOUTHERN SPAINA.F. CALVERT
The night from Tuesday to Wednesday passed so much the more badly, because the hope of measles had already vanished.
THE MEMOIRS OF LOUIS XIV., HIS COURT AND THE REGENCY, COMPLETEDUC DE SAINT-SIMON
The very young bear influenza badly; the old bear it more badly still.