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Synonyms for atrociously

in a terrible manner

to an extravagant or immoderate degree


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I'm known for being a bit lazy with my eyebrows and leaving it until they are atrociously bushy.
The 'ink bridge' of the title is a metaphor that runs throughout this powerful story about two boys: Omed, an Afghan refugee who has suffered atrociously at the hands of the Taliban, and Australian Hec, who has retreated into silence following the loss of his mother.
20 ( ANI ): Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Manish Tewari on Friday said the United States of America authorities have behaved atrociously with Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade.
He was almost 90 when he was admitted recently and he was treated atrociously.
ITV need to hold up their hands and admit they got the casting atrociously wrong.
Those new Metro videos are atrociously bad," he said.
Recently, by contrast, I played Gears Of War: Judgment on a friend's Xbox, performed atrociously and had a brilliant time.
The Gunners have been atrociously inconsistent, while City have very rarely looked like champions this season.
The Netherton Con scratch star beat Steven Haigh 21-8 in the final in atrociously wet conditions at Slaithwaite C&BC.
He was glad of Marlowe's company, albeit he was behaving atrociously.
Now it's jobs for the boys who use their privileged position to behave atrociously and keep in with their pals in the Lower House.
Tennis, as I've said a million times, is a far less entertaining spectacle when played on grass, boxing's scoring system is a joke and, as we saw on Saturday, open to atrociously inaccurate results, and frankly I weep for people who, when trying to argue against modernising racing's big-race schedule, insist you can't change the Pattern.
I have no doubt that sections of the British media have behaved atrociously, and need reining in.