- heinous + -ly (Wiktionary)
“Dan Neil reviews the Porsche 911 GTS, which he describes as heinously quick (4.0 seconds to 60 mph) and vulgarly fast (190 mph) as well as something of a personal fashion statement.”
“I've provided lists before of great, inexpensive first date locales, but sometimes people need a little reminding that there are some venues that are just heinously, atrociously unacceptable for a Close Encounter of the First Kind.”
“Hyper-masculine hip-hop has been notoriously and heinously homophobic.”
“It's heinously presumptive to claim that we have the ability to analyze the effect of the Kyoto treaty.”
“We all know that what these people do is unbelievably, heinously wrong, but, just like watching the aftermath of a horrific car crash, we cannot seem to stop watching, reading and wanting to know more, as much as we can about what gangsters do, how they live, who they are.”
“Assume that the majority was correct about ALL of those things; still, it would be heinously wrong (morally cretinous, if you will) for the majority to conclude that a rarely imposed punishment is automatically “unusual” regardless of whether the corresponding crimes are also rare.”
“That they didn't take a late hit on quarterback Eli Manning personally, that they didn't match their intensity of previous weeks and that they, most heinously, Rolle said, let the Eagles take it to them.”
“Porsche The new Porsche 911 Carrera GTS is heinously quick (4.0 seconds to 60 mph) and vulgarly fast (190 mph), says Mr. Neil.”
“The new Porsche 911 Carrera GTS is heinously quick (4.0 seconds to 60 mph) and vulgarly fast (190 mph).”
“I know Stacy is like all ridiculous and crap, but this is heinously inappropriate.”
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