evilly evilly


  • (adv) in a wicked evil manner


  1. Honest Feit looked evilly around the court, whispered something to his lawyer, one Emmanuel Celler.
  2. Against evilly covetous eyes, Overeager careerists, Show-off patriots.
  3. Rasputin moves evilly through the picture, and Kerensky, Lenin, the dreaded Cheka are delineated with more than a modicum of truth.


  1. - -And, finally, commenting on a defendant pursuing a verdict of not guilty by reason of insanity, Szasz writes that the defendant was "suffering from the consequences of having lived a life very badly, very stupidly. Very evilly; that from the time...
    on Aug 26, 2008 By: Thomas Szasz Source: Metapsychology

  2. Julian "especially loved," Phillips writes, "how she [Cait] handled the songs originally sung by men, how she either sang the lyric straight (singer wants girl) and then gleefully, evilly put it over as a blood-red lipstick-lesbian tune, or reversed...
    on May 16, 2009 By: Arthur Phillips Source: Chicago Tribune

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