monstrously monstrously

Definition(s):

  1. (adv) in a hideous manner
  2. (adv) in a terribly evil manner
  3. (adv) in a grotesque manner

Usage(s):

  1. Boris Karloff is a perfect klutz as the monstrously eager lover of Elsa Lanchester, whose creator, the divinely hysterical Colin Clive, endowed her with virginity and attitude.
  2. Forget the Chinese; they haven't been real communists for years, and North Korea's Kim Jong-Il is a pale shadow of his monstrously Stalinist father.
  3. Incontestably the corniest, phoniest, ickiest and most monstrously vulgar of all the big Bible stories Hollywood has told in the last decade.

News

  • CW Tackles Social Issues in SF Romance Star-Crossed

    In 2014, the Atrians arrive. Their ship, a monstrously huge thing, doesn't dock at Ellis Island, but rather crashes nose-first into (hopefully an upopulated swampy area of) Louisiana, creating an instant skyscraper evocative of the imagery of TNT's Falling Skies . These refugees were looking for a safe haven.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Trades

Quotes

  1. "These convicted, registered sex offenders creating profiles under their own names unmasks MySpace's monstrously inadequate countermeasures," Mr Blumenthal, co-leader of the state coalition focused on internet social-networking safety, said in a...
    on Feb 3, 2009 By: Richard Blumenthal Source: Times Online

  2. "Lewis has an equal opportunity to win the world title," Dennis added. "I have been monstrously criticised in the past for not favouring a driver and frittering away the opportunity of a world title. But we will never favour one driver over...
    on May 28, 2007 By: Ron Dennis Source: Horncastle Today

  3. The actress, who plays Virginia 'Pepper' Potts in adaptation by Jon Favreau told our US team: "It's funny. It's great. It's been a great experience to be in a movie that is so monstrously huge." "This movie made $100m in its first weekend and...
    on May 7, 2010 By: Gwyneth Paltrow Source: MTV UK

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