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- adv. in an atrocious manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an atrocious manner; with great cruelty or wickedness.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. to an extravagant or immoderate degree
- adv. in a terrible manner
Lowery said Mexican tariffs are "atrociously" high.
Nothing beats a bowl of popcorn and an atrociously bad movie.
It's really one of the most atrociously written of HPL's stories, and a testament to how stupendously his writing improved from the early 1920s to the early and mid-1930s.
On Thursday Woods hit the ball decently and putted atrociously.
There are plenty of grown-ups who could give a hoot about anything to do with the poorly-written, atrociously-acted mess that is Twilight.
The reviews were terrible, though I was personally guilty of the most atrociously contrary humbug by attempting to claim that the movie really wasn't as utterly awful as everyone was saying.
He characterized the sale as "the beginning of a bubble" in emerging-market dollar debt, which he said is already among the "most atrociously priced stuff out there."
Rarely has something been marketed as a professional video with such atrociously tacky production values – in every episode, “Muscle Video Journal” comes across as a bulked up public access happening.
I do agree with Paglia in her observation that over the [last several] decades, poetry and poetry study were steadily marginalised by pretentious 'theory' - which claims to analyse language but atrociously abuses it.
It's not just a lazy idea, it's atrociously executed, pathetically acted and cynically conceived.