evilly

All Adverb
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  • I'll give him his due for that, evilly as he has treated me. Cited from Between Whiles, by Helen Hunt Jackson
  • But no gold; and now came back very evilly the evil weather. Cited from 1492, by Mary Johnston
  • She had no knowledge of anyone who was evilly disposed towards her father. Cited from The Hampstead Mystery, by John R. Watson and Arthur J. Rees
  • Of him she could see only two black eyes that flashed as evilly as his weapon. Cited from Ranson's Folly, by Richard Harding Davis
  • The man's mouth opened and closed, and his eyes drew up, evilly, but he made no answer. Cited from The Yoke, by Elizabeth Miller
  • The first did evil, meaning evilly; the second evil, meaning well; the third was evil. Cited from The Life and Death of Richard Yea-and-Nay, by Maurice Hewlett
  • About a month ago, some one who makes a show of friendship for me spoke very evilly about their deeds. Cited from The Life of Michelangelo Buonarotti, by John Addington Symonds
  • He no longer, strange to say, thinks and speaks so evilly of marriage. Cited from Tales from Many Sources, Vol. V, by Various
  • No one would let him alone -- the world had treated him very evilly -- what did he owe the world? Cited from Fortitude, by Hugh Walpole
  • The man looked evilly at her, his heavy, fat chin set square. Cited from Okewood of the Secret Service, Valentine Williams
  • Perhaps evilly male, so mothers may learn to their cost: and wives still more. Cited from Fantasia of the Unconscious, by D. H. Lawrence
  • In truth she dared not think evilly of herself for long, sailing into battle as she was. Cited from The Egoist, by George Meredith
  • "Why, it means that people will think evilly of you." Cited from The Ragged Edge, by Harold MacGrath
  • And he who came after him ruled evilly. Cited from A House of Pomegranates, by Oscar Wilde
  • Those princes were not born more evilly disposed than other men. Cited from The Queen Pedauque, by Anatole France
  • Her eyes then turn green while she evilly laughs.
  • These he sent to seek the knight who so evilly had entreated the Queen. Cited from French Mediaeval Romances from the Lays of Marie de France, by France
  • These became envious of the honour paid him and the fame he acquired, and they treated him evilly. Cited from The Lives of Saint Declan and Saint Mochuda, Anonymous
  • As he caught her eye he smiled evilly and leered at her. Cited from Half a Rogue, by Harold MacGrath
  • As I did so the light gleamed evilly upon its long blade. Cited from The Broad Highway, by Jeffery Farnol
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