English version

devilishly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdevilishlydev‧il‧ish‧ly /ˈdevəlɪʃli/ adverb [+adj/adverb] old-fashioned 🔊 🔊 VERYvery – used to show that you think something is annoying or bad 🔊 a devilishly difficult task
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devilishlyBecause he was so devilishly attractive that she couldn't resist him?Nor was he as devilishly brilliant as George Best.It's easy enough in the early stages, but gets devilishly hard as you get further on.But they matter enormously-and they will be devilishly hard to achieve.No other contemporary band is this fiercely unique or devilishly immediate.
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