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What is another word for monstrously?

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Adverb
To a great degree or extent
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“She was monstrously excited about the upcoming vacation, planning every detail meticulously.”
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In an abominable manner
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“The dog was trained monstrously, causing fear and discomfort to those around it.”
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To a greater degree or in greater amounts than is necessary, normal, or desirable
“She monotonously ate monstrously, consuming every last morsel with gluttonous delight.”
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To a great degree
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In a harsh or oppressive manner
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“Tell and his compatriots seek to restore the liberty of the people, and end the enslavement by a monstrous tyrant, all the while not shedding unnecessary blood and offering to temper vengeance with mercy.”
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Adverb for not human in nature or character
“Speaking with a human voice and looking like an animal covered with hair, this monstrous being was the embodiment and personification of all of my misspent energies.”
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Adverb for hideously or monstrously deformed in shape
“It was not unusual for Medieval cultural artifacts to represent monstrous deformity as genuine physical disability with social ostracism indicative of its outcome.”
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Adverb for abnormal or freakish in nature or appearance
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“I will proceed to investigate just what kind of monstrous being Gregor has been transformed into.”
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Adverb for inhumanly or outrageously evil or immorally wrong
“How long can we go on empowering evil leaders while remaining silent in the face of monstrous crimes against humanity?”
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Adverb for disturbing in nature due to references to death or dying
“He would start vomiting because of the monstrous images of death that he was constantly conjuring up.”
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Adverb for contrary to reason, truth or logic
“It may sound like a monstrous suggestion to you, and I'm not even sure that it would work, except as a temporary measure.”
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Adverb for sinister or evil in nature
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Adverb for unattractive to look at
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(of a period or situation) Adverb for conducive to hopelessness
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Adverb for disturbing in nature due to references to death or dying
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Adverb for having too many to count
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Adverb for inclined to behave in a reckless or outrageous manner
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Adverb for to a complete or utter degree (in the negative sense)
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Adverb for causing or liable to cause death or tragedy
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