detestably


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de·test·a·ble

 (dĭ-tĕs′tə-bəl)
adj.
Inspiring or deserving abhorrence or scorn. See Synonyms at hateful.

de·test′a·bil′i·ty, de·test′a·ble·ness n.
de·test′a·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.detestably - in an offensive and hateful mannerdetestably - in an offensive and hateful manner; "I don't know anyone who could have behaved so abominably"
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detestably

detestably

[dɪˈtɛstəblɪ] advin modo detestabile
References in classic literature ?
Elinor would not contend, and only replied, "Whoever may have been so detestably your enemy, let them be cheated of their malignant triumph, my dear sister, by seeing how nobly the consciousness of your own innocence and good intentions supports your spirits.
He was detestably poor, and this was the reason, no doubt, that his expletive expressions about betting, seldom took a pecuniary turn.
In a preposterous coat, like a beadle's, with cuffs and flaps exaggerated to an unspeakable extent; in an immense waistcoat, knee-breeches, buckled shoes, and a mad cocked hat; with nothing fitting him, and everything of coarse material, moth-eaten and full of holes; with seams in his black face, where fear and heat had started through the greasy composition daubed all over it; anything so grimly, detestably, ridiculously shameful as the whelp in his comic livery, Mr.
I spat out, and affirmed it tasted detestably - I would not take it on any account.