Definition of Detestably

1. Adverb. In an offensive and hateful manner. "I don't know anyone who could have behaved so abominably"




Definition of Detestably

1. adv. In a detestable manner.

Definition of Detestably

1. Adverb. In a detestable manner. ¹

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Definition of Detestably

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Detestably

deterrers
deterring
deterritorialization
deterritorializations
deters
detersion
detersions
detersive
detersively
detersiveness
detersives
detest
detestability
detestable
detestableness
detestably (current term)
detestation
detestations
detested
detester
detesters
detestest
detesteth
detesting
detests
detext
dethatch
dethatched
dethatcher
dethatchers

Literary usage of Detestably

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1. This Misery of Boots by Herbert George Wells (1908)
"... detestably under- educated, detestably housed, in the most detestable clothes and boots, and so detestably broken in spirit that they will not treat him ..."

2. The Independent Review (1906)
"... detestably under-educated, detestably housed, in the most detestable clothes and boots, and so detestably broken in spirit that they will not treat him ..."

3. Letters and Memorials by Richard Chenevix Trench (1888)
"I want to persuade him to edit Chaucer, for, save the Canterbury Tales, all the rest is detestably done. What an extraordinarily elaborate artist, ..."

4. Professional Women Upon Their Professions by Margaret Bateson (1895)
"Yes ; she is detestably colloquial," says somebody of the Old Guard. She is colloquial, certainly. I suspect that most of those " ancients," whom we read ..."

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