Origin of horrendous
Examples from the Web for horrendously
The hatchet job quickly went viral, with the twitterverse agreeing that it was terribly funny and horrendously mean.Guy Fieri Battles Scathing New York Times Review by Pete Wells|Katie Baker|November 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
To be fair, the problem that had to be addressed was horrendously complex.
British Dictionary definitions for horrendously
Word Origin for horrendous
Word Origin and History for horrendously
1650s, from Latin horrendus "dreadful, fearful, terrible," literally "to be shuddered at," gerundive of horrere "to bristle with fear, shudder" (see horror). Earlier form in English was horrend (mid-15c.).