infernally infernally


  • (adv) extremely


  1. But Nabokov makes such a reading infernally difficult.
  2. But Nabokov makes such a reading infernally difficult.


  • The Underground Gourmet: Otto’s Now Serves an Off-Menu Deep-Fried Taco

    You want this. One of the great traditions among New York restaurateurs is to whip up a stupendous dish and then do just about everything they can to conceal it from their public. The latest example of this perverse practice, the Underground Gourmet has discovered, is the secret, off-the-menu sensation at Otto's Tacos known to insiders as the Gorgon, and it's so infernally good that the mere ...
    on February 5, 2014     Source: New York Magazine


  • Mr. Cooke noted that the fascination over the tourbillon is precisely because of the challenge it poses, being "infernally difficult to make" and painstakingly assembled.
    on Sep 6, 2009 By: James Cook Source: BusinessWorld Online

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