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all-firedly — adverb see all fired I … Useful english dictionary
all-fired — /awl fuyeurd /, adj., superl. all firedest, adv. Informal. adj. 1. tremendous; extreme; excessive: He had the all fired gall to quit in the middle of the job. adv. 2. Also, all firedly /awl fuyeurd lee, fuy rid /. extremely; excessively: Don t be … Universalium
all-fired — 1. adjective Extreme, excessive. Its an all fired outrage to tell any human creature that hes bound to hell. 2. adverb Extremely, inordinately, very. Of course, I was only stringing Jerry . . . he thinks hes so all fired cute and smart … Wiktionary
extremely — adv 1. exceptionally, extraordinarily, unusually, uncommonly, abnormally; remarkably, notably, damned, danged, U.S. Inf. darned, Sl. hell of a. 2. very, exceedingly, excessively, inordinately, disproportionately, to a degree, Sl. almighty;… … A Note on the Style of the synonym finder
thrice — adv 1. three times, on three occasions, in three ways. 2. threefold, trebly, triply, three times as, to the third degree or power, multiplied by three. 3. much, greatly, highly; well, amply, fully, liberally, abundantly, lavishly, bountifully,… … A Note on the Style of the synonym finder
very — adv 1. extremely, exceedingly, Inf. terribly, quite, Brit. Inf. jolly; remarkably, notably, highly, supremely, Inf. awfully, Dial. right, damned, Inf. damn, danged, U.S. Inf. darned, Sl. hell of a; exceptionally, extraordinarily, unusually,… … A Note on the Style of the synonym finder