What is another word for fiendishly?

Pronunciation: [fˈiːndɪʃli] (IPA)

Fiendishly is an adverb that means in an extremely wicked or cruel manner. Synonyms for the word fiendishly include devilishly, wickedly, infernally, diabolically, outrageously, malevolently, viciously, and deviously. These synonyms highlight the evil and malicious nature of the actions being described. Other synonyms for fiendishly may include monstrously, unrestrainedly, savagely, and mercilessly. It is essential to use these synonyms sparingly and in the right context to avoid sounding repetitive or using them inappropriately. Overall, these synonyms add intensity to the language being used and create a vivid image in the reader's mind.

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Usage examples for Fiendishly

At last, weary of the insults and restraints heaped upon them, the royal family attempted to escape secretly from Paris, but the plot was discovered, their carriages stopped, and they were escorted back to the Tuileries by a shouting shrieking mob of men and women who were fiendishly glad of their capture.
"Ten Boys from History"
Kate Dickinson Sweetser
He whirled into Walnut Street, twisted a fresh copy of the Morning Herald into a fiendishly clever knot, and hurled it in the general direction of a front porch that flashed past on his right.
"Stopover Planet"
Robert E. Gilbert
They looked so fiendishly aristocratic.
"Aurora the Magnificent"
Gertrude Hall

Famous quotes with Fiendishly

  • Chinese cultural influence is virtually nil, and unlikely to increase… Indeed, high Chinese culture and art are almost all imitative of western forms: Chinese concert pianists are technically brilliant, but brilliant at Schubert and Rachmaninov. Chinese ballerinas dance to the scores of Diaghilev. The number of Chinese Nobel prizes won on home turf is zero, although there are of course legions of bright Chinese trying to escape to Stanford and Caltech… It is hard to think of a single Chinese sport at the Olympics, compared with umpteen invented by Britain, including ping-pong, I’ll have you know, which originated at upper-class dinner tables and was first called whiff-whaff. The Chinese have a script so fiendishly complicated that they cannot produce a proper keyboard for it.
    Boris Johnson

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