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- adv. In a disgusting manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a disgusting manner.
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- adv. in a disgusting manner or to a disgusting degree
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I think the phrase disgustingly cute is appropriate.
* As a former Brevard resident, I know it's a mighty -- you might even say "disgustingly" -- conservative place.
I am not a hater just dont like this video and find the directors self masturbation by pseudonym and actual name disgustingly egotistical.
Most comments discussing the women focus on their appearance, such as disgustingly suggesting that Blears looks as though she has had lots of Botox, to later say that a stroke instead of Botox is what has affected her facial features.
Walter, subjects that are kind of disgustingly fascinating
Walter, subjects that are kind of disgustingly fascinating comments:
As the scientist stated, the University of East Anglia scientists and others have acted "disgustingly" in manipulating their data and ignoring real science.
Vera Farmiga has said that George Clooney is "disgustingly" charming.
Jane whirled around and saw a disgustingly filthy man with a scar zigzagging down his cheek and an eye that sagged in its socket.
He says something along the lines of, The disgustingly selfish Time Magazine writer asks parents to think about whether having another child will make them happier.