Love outraged most cruelly, friendship betrayed most vilely, all that was pure turned into sin, all that was true turned false.
Open that, my love, and read our anguish into patience, for she has vilely deceived us.'
Snuff is, we are sorry to say, vilely adulterated, and some kinds poisonously.
Never in all his life had he been so vilely treated, and never in all his life had he been so angry.
I have had this copied to save you trouble, as it was vilely written, and is now vilely expressed.
Had any one else said so, I should have denied it, but I must have been vilely rude.
When violently or vilely assailed his sensitive nature keenly felt the wound, but though he earned many a scar, he bore no malice.
In his own words, "he had fallen off vilely since the last action."
Across a vilely dirty room was stretched a cord upon which were hung to dry, huge and manifold strips of salt meat.
“The place smells so vilely,” said the latter as we came in.
early 13c. (implied in vilety), from Anglo-French and Old French vile, from Latin vilis "cheap, worthless, base, common," of unknown origin. Related: Vilely.