deucedly


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Adv.1.deucedly - (used as intensives) extremelydeucedly - (used as intensives) extremely; "she was madly in love"; "deadly dull"; "deadly earnest"; "deucedly clever"; "insanely jealous"
intensifier, intensive - a modifier that has little meaning except to intensify the meaning it modifies; "`up' in `finished up' is an intensifier"; "`honestly' in `I honestly don't know' is an intensifier"
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deucedly

adv (dated inf)verteufelt (dated inf)
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It was deucedly unpleasant, he decided, this being peppered at; and nonsensical as it really was, it was none the less deadly serious.
Certainly she was very charming, but how deucedly sociable!
But the only very definite conclusion he came to was that he should enjoy deucedly "going off" with her somewhere.
"You seem deucedly anxious not to give yourself away," said Jukes, completely soured by such absurdity.
Some models were easier than others to build like the "A1 " and some were deucedly difficult like the 601, 602, or XM16E1.
Prima facie, it reveals that the authority was not informed about the financial rules and procedure in this case, thus, approval was obtained deucedly on higher rates by keeping the authority in darkness,' the report reads.