deucedly deucedly


  • (adv) (used as intensives) extremely



  1. What follows is a seriocomic autobiographical novel about coming of age in an age deucedly difficult to understand.
  2. Some people thought it was terrible and required discipline, others that it was deucedly clever and should be laughed off.


  • The view from Fresno

    Deucedly clever of the New Mexico Lobos to have their starting quarterback go down, right? The quotes from Fresno State... more »
    on November 20, 2013     Source: Albuquerque Journal

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