All Adverb
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  • She had spoken scathingly of two young females she ejected for just that reason. Cited from Where the Blue Begins, by Christopher Morley
  • "And they call him a hero!" she went on scathingly. Cited from Missy, by Dana Gatlin
  • "I suppose you don't consider it unfair to keep me waiting all this time?" she added scathingly. Cited from The Youngest Girl in the Fifth, by Angela Brazil
  • Wright scathingly condemned the leadership of British intelligence throughout nearly the whole Cold War period.
  • Dinah turned in her chair, and gazed scathingly upon the group of critics. Cited from Greatheart, by Ethel M. Dell
  • "Then Heaven help him!" she retorted scathingly, and turned away to her tent. Cited from The Sheik, by E. M. Hull
  • Wilson scathingly noted that the state is effectively taking control of a woman's capacity to reproduce.
  • "Why didn't you think of it for yourself?" said Hendricks, rather scathingly. Cited from Raspberry Jam, by Carolyn Wells
  • No critic in bone-rimmed glasses and evening clothes was more scathingly severe than she. Cited from Cheerful--By Request, by Edna Ferber
  • Kee then joined the now-defunct National Echo as a literary editor where he wrote scathingly about political matters.
  • Courteously at first, then somewhat scathingly he declined to discuss the proposition with her agents. Cited from Master Tales of Mystery, Volume 3, Collected by Francis J. Reynolds
  • It was known for scathingly satirising well-known social figures in Irish life such as politicians, models, actors and the media.
  • "Would you have bullets flying when she is near?" demanded Brentwick scathingly. Cited from The Black Bag, by Louis Joseph Vance
  • Stanislavski, however, was scathingly critical, particularly of his own performance as Mitrich.
  • Not surprisingly, Juliana refuses him once again, and just as scathingly as before.
  • The women differed with Mr. Stirling and scathingly told him so, to his immense delight. Cited from The Tyranny of Weakness, by Charles Neville Buck
  • Gray subsequently wrote his theatrical memoir Fat Chance, providing a scathingly hilarious account of the episode.
  • He concluded: Everyone has a right to disapprove of and even scathingly criticize a country's politics.
  • Her novels are known for their wit and intelligence, and one in particular is scathingly autobiographical in describing her unhappy childhood.
  • "Fight mit your bare hands like a man!" the big Swede bellowed scathingly. Cited from Cappy Ricks, by Peter B. Kyne
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How scathingly gets used

Meaning of scathingly

  • adverb In a scathing and unsparing manner
    she criticized him scathingly