consumedly

con·sum·ed·ly

 (kən-so͞o′mĭd-lē)
adv.
To an excessive degree.
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consumedly

(kənˈsjuːmɪdlɪ)
adv
old-fashioned (intensifier): a consumedly fascinating performance.
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con•sum•ed•ly

(kənˈsu mɪd li)

adv.
excessively.
[1700–10]
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References in classic literature ?
He was a fine comical sight, and the people began to laugh consumedly at him.
But the night was long and dark: the snow heavily clogged the wheels and balled the horses' feet; the animals were consumedly lazy; the coachman most execrably cautious; the passengers confoundedly apathetic in their supine indifference to the rate of our progression.
With such eyebrows, and a look so decidedly bilious, how was he to extract that money from the governor, of which George was consumedly in want?
Sir Mulberry garnished this speech with a hoarse laugh, and terminated it with a pleasant oath regarding Mr Nickleby's limbs, whereat Messrs Pyke and Pluck laughed consumedly.