monstrously monstrously


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


  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.


  • 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


  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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