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- adv. In a diabolical manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a diabolical manner; very wickedly; atrociously.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. as a devil; in an evil manner
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Robbie Savage talks about his friendship with Roberto Mancini and how he feels Mark Hughes has been treated "diabolically" by Manchester City.
The contrast between his smiling face and the 'diabolically' bad news he was bringing to his fellow countrymen was a curious one.
It appears that they specialized in editing together still photos to look like rapid-fire animation, synced to the kind of diabolically cheery music you don’t hear on TV anymore.
The GOP hatchet job on Obama has been so diabolically effective that Democrats have scattered to the hills in panic, despair and disillusionment.
My father was around -- diabolically enough, he lived right up the street but had a whole different family.
Or a chopper though it is diabolically hard at first.
You may despise this diabolically durable man-made material, as many of us do; the word "plastic" has become shorthand for anything artificial, cheap, shoddy, disposable.
Pakistan's military and Inter-Services Intelligence ISI have diabolically targeted the heart of the Baloch nationalist movement through the extrajudicial kidnapping, torture and assassination of journalists, human rights activists, young political workers, intellectuals and other of the cause's leadership.
Why perpetuate a daft rustic superstition which held that diabolically prickly holly leaves offered protection from witchcraft and lightning; that the poisonous to humans berries represented a sacred blood; that holly had brought good fortune to households of people and animals long before Christmas and Saturnalia?
One can surmise, then, that the diabolically named Satan's Whiskers is just an even more approachable, even orangier recipe, perhaps to appeal to those who declared other cocktails too strong.
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