crashingly


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crashingly

(ˈkræʃɪŋlɪ)
adv
old-fashioned extremely; exceedingly
Translations

crashingly

[ˈkræʃɪŋlɪ] ADV (o.f.) [dull, boring] → tremendamente

crashingly

adv (dated inf)schrecklich
References in classic literature ?
After a few moments' rest, the orchestra played crashingly, and a small fat man burst out upon the stage.
In the Guardian, Lucy Mangan described a "leaden cash-in" full of narrative blind alleys and "pointless recapping of parts of a story that still has no end", while the Telegraph's Ed Power stated it was "overwrought, melodramatic and also crashingly turgid".
In the Guardian,Lucy Mangandescribed a "leaden cash-in" full of narrative blind alleys and "pointless recapping of parts of a story that still has no end" whilst the Telegraph'sEd Powerstated it was "overwrought, melodramatic and also crashingly turgid".
Vox.com dismissed it "a crashingly dull movie about ...
Sadly, in the interwar years, the anti-Victorian ethos saw plaster cast copies fall crashingly out of fashion.
Evie greeted her enthusiastically from her chair behind the reception desk, her cheery 'hello' crashingly loud in the sedate setting.
Perhaps a group of reality TV contestants with such crashingly dull conversation should indeed not be taken seriously.
She felt angrier snapped at her son Finlay, 17, and daughter Amy, 11, and her moods swung from high and happy to crashingly low.
Unjustifiably convinced of her own superiority, this cantankerous harridan is horribly argumentative and so crashingly imperceptive she always gets the wrong end of the stick.
Are these people really doing their bit to make the world a better place - or are they just crashingly condescending colonials?