Most heinously of all, she carried pictures of Western pop stars, notably Celine Dion, on her mobile phone.
Little did I know why you took a joke on your cousin so heinously amiss!
With a fair trial he will be found guilty, though not so heinously criminal as many suppose.
I told you in my last how heinously I am unprovided with the means of being so, having long since sent all my books to market.
There is no one article of this world's comforts with which, as Falstaff says, they are so heinously unprovided.
Our young officer went into the woods in the condition of Falstaff, "heinously unprovided."
God grant, my dearest young lady, that he may not have so heinously offended you that you cannot forgive him!
Those commands were very exceptional that were in Falstaff's condition, "heinously unprovided with a thief."
late 14c., from Old French hainos "inconvenient, awkward; hateful, unpleasant; odious" (Modern French haineux), from haine "hatred," from hair "to hate," from Frankish *hatjan (cf. Old Saxon haton, Old English hatian "to hate;" see hate (v.)). Related: Heinously; heinousness.