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"Well, I think it's confoundedly plucky of him, anyhow," said Klaus.The Great Hunger
They now got in upon us, and of course I need n't say we got confoundedly thrashed.
It is confoundedly hard to have nothing in the stables, even to mount a messenger.The O'Donoghue
Charles James Lever
"They are confoundedly tedious," said Jennings, half suppressing a yawn.
I was most confoundedly, but that Walter did not seem to observe.
as an intensive execration, "odious, detestable, damned," 1650s, from past participle of confound, in its older English sense of "overthrow utterly."