1. In a disadvantageous way; to someone's disadvantage; SYN. disadvantageously.
2. Without skill or in a displeasing manner; SYN. poorly, incompetently.
3. Evilly or wickedly.
4. In a disobedient or naughty way; SYN. mischievously, naughtily.
5. To a severe or serious degree; SYN. severely, gravely, seriously.
6. Very much; strongly; SYN. bad.
7. With great intensity; ('bad' is a nonstandard variant for 'badly' as in or); SYN. bad.
8. With unusual distress or resentment or regret or emotional display.
British — used as an intensive.
In a beastly manner.
In a damnable manner; SYN. damnably, cursedly.
In the manner of death.
To an extreme degree or extent; SYN. passing, extremely.
To an extreme degree.
Chiefly Scottish; very, quite
1. Specifically or especially distinguished from others; SYN. in particular.
2. To a distinctly greater extent or degree than is common; SYN. peculiarly, especially, specially.
Sinonimi: quite a | quite an | rather
ETYM French quitte discharged, free, clear; cf. Old Fren. quitement freely, frankly, entirely. Related to Quit.
1. Actually or truly or to an extreme.
2. Of an unusually noticeable or exceptional or remarkable kind (not used with a negative); SYN. quite a, quite an.
3. To a degree (not used with a negative); SYN. rather.
4. To the greatest extent; completely.
Sinonimi: right smart
ETYM Aphetic form of away.
(Homonym: weigh, whey).
(Informal) To a great degree or by a great distance; very much; SYN. right smart.
Very — used with tempo direction in music