from The Century Dictionary.
- In a horrid or dreadful manner; shockingly.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb In a horrid manner.
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- adverb In a
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- adverb in a hideous manner
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'Which I call horridly mean of him,' protested Horatio, who had come across the fields expressly to announce this fact to Ida.
To use her own expression, it was "horridly" dirty work.
They go to see an overpriced, horridly cut rock-em sock-em robots match, with Megan Fox pretending to be an actress in a wet T-Shirt.
It was drafty and "horridly inefficient," says Jane, but the couple fell in love with its “quirky Victorian bones,” as well as its proximity to downtown amenities.
I thought the show was horridly produced with obvious mistake and pacing issues threw out.
I don't know what else she could have argued with him about ... and if that horridly cruel comment by Doctor/Donna was actually canon (it is not ... but it could be) then Rose has every reason to believe that she's been replaced and the Doctor wants her to go.
That was troubling enough, but then came the horridly insufficient, single sentence on Iran.
(The characters and plot were horridly wrecked just to make a CG filled hollywood extravaganza and a quick buck on the coattails of what I believe to be a great saga; albeit some SN members may disagree with me on DBZ, though that is fine; to each his own).
They lost horridly in a win-and-in-the-playoffs game at Green Bay last week, and they lost control of their own postseason destiny.
And why did she let him do so? and if that horridly cruel comment by Doctor/Donna was actually canon (it is not ... but it could be) then Rose has every reason to believe that she's been replaced and the Doctor wants her to go