Definition of Excruciatingly

1. Adverb. In a very painful manner. "The progress was agonizingly slow"




Definition of Excruciatingly

1. Adverb. In an excruciating manner or to an excruciating degree; in a manner causing great pain or anguish. ¹

2. Adverb. In a very intense or extreme manner. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Excruciatingly

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Excruciatingly

excretories
excretorily
excretory duct
excretory ducts of lacrimal gland
excretory ductules of lacrimal gland
excretory organ
excretory product
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excruciate
excruciated
excruciates
excruciating
excruciatingly
excruciation
excruciations
excrudescence
excrudescences
excrutiate
excsc
excubant
excubation
excubitoria
excubitorium
excudit
exculpable
exculpate
exculpated

Literary usage of Excruciatingly

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1. Specific Diagnosis and Specific Medication by John William Fyfe, John Milton Scudder (1909)
""My little boy was stung by what is commonly known in this part of the country as a stinging lizard, from which he suffered excruciatingly. ..."

2. New Mexico, the Land of the Delight Makers: The History of Its Ancient Cliff by George Wharton James (1920)
"... African could have emulated, he sung in inimitable style this excruciatingly ridiculous thing — that is, it was excruciatingly ridiculous as he sung it. ..."

3. The Treatment of gonorrhea and its complications in men and women by William Josephus Robinson (1917)
"... urination is excruciatingly painful, the act of urination being followed by a few drops of blood, there are painful erections and chordee, and there are ..."

4. Hungarian Literature: An Historical & Critical Survey by Emil Reich (1898)
"The Star—" Excruciatingly funny. . . . It is the funniest novel that has ... Excruciatingly comical." The Daily Chronicle—"Mr. Godfrey makes very good play ..."

5. Practical lessons in the nature and treatment of the affections produced by by John Morgan (1872)
"At this date he is thin and pallid, with tendency to night sweats, and suffers excruciatingly from periosteal pains, and the formation of nodose elevations ..."

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