diabolically diabolically


  • (adv) as a devil; in an evil manner



  1. Acne is a diabolically cruel thing: somehow it strikes your most visible feature just at the age when you become most vulnerable to a gaze.
  2. Almost everyone has had the near maddening frustration of hearing a nameless melody repeat itself diabolically inside the mind's ear.
  3. But in the Khumbu Icefall, the trail through the Himalayan glacier is patternless, a diabolically cruel obstacle course for a blind person.


  • Why Android’s ‘cheap and nasty’ strategy is a huge threat to the iOS ecosystem

    Yes, many Android phones have that tacky, plastic feel. No, Android vendors selling those sub-$200 phones are not making much money. Yes, Android is seriously fragmented. Nevertheless, Google’s strategy of flooding the world with nasty little budget phones is turning out to be a diabolically clever gambit. Consider this: Last October, iOS app revenue was 4x bigger than Google Play app revenue ...
    on July 31, 2013     Source: BGR News via Yahoo! News


  1. "This role is a great opportunity for Nicole to show off her comedic skills and be diabolically evil and kick some butt," executive producer Josh Schwartz said.
    on Jun 26, 2008 By: Josh Schwartz Source: Reuters

  2. "He was diabolically brilliant," Rice said of Zarqawi.
    on Sep 25, 2007 By: Condoleezza Rice Source: CNN

  3. "I think it will be like skating on skate guards - I hope it doesn't rain, it needs to be a dry race," Chevy driver Ron Fellows of Mississauga said. "The track was diabolically slippery in the wet Thursday in the Grand American practice and...
    on Aug 1, 2008 By: Ron Fellows Source: Globe and Mail

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untenable untenable
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