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Synonyms for demoniacally

in a very agitated manner


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He cried ceaselessly and demoniacally, pouring out such an abundance of tears that he needed to replenish his supply.
I loved the racked, contorted faces of the runners as they came up the tunnel of flags and crossed the finishing line; I found especially interesting those who came after the first fifty or so, running harder than any of the other contestants and competing demoniacally among themselves for the hundred and thirteenth place in the field.
may by this time have furnished the microscopic malice of botanists with providentially disgusting reasons, or demoniacally nasty necessities, for every possible spur, spike, jag, sting, rent, blotch, flaw, freckle, filth, or venom, which can be detected in the construction, or distilled from the dissolution, of vegetable organism.
Not so many years ago Germany was castigated as demoniacally responsible for the ills of this world.
Or getting up in the morning and going by plan or caprice To cut your sweet love's body, mutilating more and more demoniacally her body, increasing her wounds and their hemorrhage much faster than she in her running is rapid enough to stanch them,