- spectacular + -ly (Wiktionary)
“One has spent the better part of a season mangling his enemies in spectacularly gruesome fashions.”
“After losing his first six starts in spectacularly bad fashion, Zito spent nine days in bullpen purgatory trying to find his lost mechanics.”
“One of the best science fiction novels ever, of course, as this tale religiopolitical plotting to breed a superhuman comes undone in spectacularly martial fashion when Paul Atreides and his mother Jessica survive to get the jump on those out to get or use them.”
“So our mad trendspotting skillz have us calling a spectacularly crappy first half, and then a reaffirmation of the Devils-fanbase-wide crush on Clarkson when he comes back with a vengeance, on an unholy tear not unlike Oduya's last year.”
“(which we also couldn't see, therefore we assumed the Yankees were robbed), and A-Rod's infamous slap play (which we also couldn't see, and so, of course, we were 100\% certain the umps had blown the call spectacularly).”
“These ideologies, so fanatically nursed, are best described as spectacularly ass-backwards (to borrow an appalling, phlegmatic phrase).”
“Or in some instances, miss that mark spectacularly, which is often even more amusing.”
“It failed spectacularly, which is why zoning and other forms of governmental regulations on the use of private property began proliferating in the early 20th century.”
“For example, Martin Schnabl just reported on what can only be described as spectacularly important nice results (see the paper, hep-th/0511286, here).”
“And I had done nothing that could be called spectacularly stupid — far from it.”
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