Examples from the Web for excruciatingly
The rapper will.i.am was one such panelist, forced upon Gregory for an excruciatingly awkward roundtable segment.David Gregory's 'Meet the Press' Eviction Exposed in Washingtonian Takedown|Lloyd Grove|December 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The journey was excruciatingly long for the establishmentarians and cost them more than they ever anticipated.
But when Westboro came to town, they made it excruciatingly clear what hate really looked like.
In the case of the excruciatingly slow-growing red abalone, this could be ten to twelve years.
Christine Pelisek on the excruciatingly slow march to justice.The Grim Sleeper’s Trial Is Moving at Snail’s Pace, and Victims’ Families Are Furious|Christine Pelisek|March 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The language, of course, was partly the difficulty, but the natives are excruciatingly slow to move.A Journal from Japan|Marie Carmichael Stopes
It was excruciatingly painful and mortifying to him that even his mother should touch on such a subject.Shadows of Flames|Amelie Rives
Her inquiries as to their means of livelihood were excruciatingly embarrassing.The Unwilling Vestal|Edward Lucas White
To them the incident was excruciatingly funny, and they burst into loud laughter.The Scarlet Plague|Jack London
The rope was again placed around his neck, this time so tight as to be excruciatingly painful.The Spy of the Rebellion|Allan Pinkerton
British Dictionary definitions for excruciatingly
Word Origin and History for excruciatingly
1590s, present participle adjective from excruciate. Related: Excruciatingly.