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- adv. Quite; extremely
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Devilishly; confoundedly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. (used as intensives) extremely
You must be referring to yourself as a progressive in order to mock progressives, deucedly clever of you.
It was deucedly unpleasant, he decided, this being peppered at; and nonsensical as it really was, it was none the less deadly serious.
That editorial judgment is not infallible is hardly news, but by the same token seeking to make editorial judgment actionable in a court of law is news ... and deucedly troublesome news at that.
That editorial judgment is not infallible is hardly news, but by the same token seeking to make editorial judgment actionable in a court of law is news... and deucedly troublesome news at that.
They are hard to manage because they are deucedly clever and lazy at the same time.
Women, you see — in certain matters, they have a deucedly keen intuition —
But as to study – I must own to you, I hate it most deucedly.
August 3, 2008 at 12:04 pm nawt just fast, she be deucedly clebber also.
We know very little about Vargas non-actor Argentino Vargas is an Argentine day laborer, apart from the fact that he has been locked away for decades and that he is deucedly deft with a machete, at one point pulling into his boat a stray goat that he butchers quicker than you could withdraw $30 from an ATM.
And you may also find it deucedly difficult to go over twenty miles an hour, as there's a sound like a yowling cat being sandblasted erupting from your undercarriage, accompanied by the smell of burning metal.
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