Definition of Savagely

1. Adverb. In a vicious manner. "He was viciously attacked"

Exact synonyms: Brutally, Viciously
Partainyms: Savage, Vicious



2. Adverb. Wildly; like an animal. "She cried out savagely"
Partainyms: Savage

Definition of Savagely

1. adv. In a savage manner.

Definition of Savagely

1. Adverb. In a wild, uncontrolled, or savage manner. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Savagely

1. savage [adv] - See also: savage

Lexicographical Neighbors of Savagely

sautoires
sautoirs
sautrie
sautries
sauts
sautés
sauvagine
sauvegarde
sav
savable
savableness
savacioun
savage
savaged
savagedom
savagely (current term)
savageness
savagenesses
savager
savageries
savagery
savages
savagest
savaging
savagism
savagisms
savaloy
savaloys
savanilla
savanna

Literary usage of Savagely

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1834)
"He tries to cajole and then whispers in his ear to take and cries savagely, " What, sir, are the bracelet and holds it up — and the slave, but he won't be ..."

2. The Writings in Prose and Verse of Rudyard Kipling by Rudyard Kipling (1899)
"... brows contracted savagely. He was watching the valley. " If it's a girl I'll shoot the beggar twice over, an' second time for bein' a fool. ..."

3. Wild Animals I Have Known: And 200 Drawings by Ernest Thompson Seton (1912)
"Straight at him, now in the same horrid silence sprang Wully, and savagely tore him again and again before a deadly blow from the fagot- hook disabled him, ..."

4. Matthew Paris's English History: From the Year 1235 to 1273 by Matthew Paris, John Allen Giles, William Rishanger (1852)
"... savagely devastated it, so that out of the hundred and fifty churches, not one was left, much less spared; carrying away robes, chalices, and books; ..."

5. Memoirs of an Ex-minister: An Autobiography by James Howard Harris Malmesbury (1885)
"... Reformation in France, as in England, where the libraries and journals of the monks were savagely destroyed by the Reformers ..."

6. William Ewart Gladstone and His Contemporaries: Seventy Years of Social and by Thomas Archer (1903)
"... we may mention that in 1852 he endeavoured to revenge himself for the sketch of " Rigby " by savagely attacking Disraeli's budget (in the Quarterly), ..."

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