heinously


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hei·nous

 (hā′nəs)
adj.
1. Wicked; abominable: a heinous crime.
2. Informal Very unappealing; ugly: showed up wearing that heinous shirt.

[Middle English, from Old French haineus, from haine, hatred, from hair, to hate, from Frankish *hatjan.]

hei′nous·ly adv.
hei′nous·ness n.
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Adv.1.heinously - in a terribly evil manner; "the child was heinously murdered"
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heinously

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IF you had absorbed the outrage on social media ahead of watching Moussa Sissoko's stamp on Daniel James in a pre-season friendly, you might have been bracing yourself for something heinously violent.
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'Asmat was drugged, and heinously raped,' the activist alleged and added, 'Her post-mortem has also proved that it is not a case of medical negligence but murder.
The European Union (EU) mourns with you today and we will always stand with you against those who heinously want to destroy our societies and our way of life," Juncker added.
"The European Union mourns with you today and we will always stand with you against those who heinously want to destroy our societies and our way of life," he added.
The word is supposedly so heinously offensive to African Americans that it cannot be printed in full in this newspaper.
There was also Rob's heinously selfish friend Tom (Elliot Cowan), who was having an affair with Tara and who we eventually learned lied to put his chum behind bars.
If these sickening allegations are true, our chief law enforcement officer, the man who is supposed to be our champion, has heinously violated our trust.
Of course, supporters are now brainwashed into A-believing the financial A-implications are what makes relegation from the A-Premier League so calamitous, so heinously unthinkable.