ridiculously

[ ri-dik-yuh-luhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF ridiculously
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He was ridiculously relieved to see that the man who stood by their side was grey-headed.

In their Opinion, they are finest when dressed most ridiculously or terribly.

She had laughed when she put them on, they were so ridiculously large for her tiny feet.

I myself said to you that you were ridiculously exaggerating what you called your obligation to me.

Benevolence radiated from him ridiculously, mildly, impressively.

In this task it was his fate to be ridiculously impeded by the pretty maid.

It was all so ridiculously simple—a mere question of division of labour.

She had clambered to her feet, ridiculously tangled in the rags of her dress.

As I was able to do the child good, they are ridiculously grateful.

He was ridiculously pleased, very much in confusion for a little while.

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