Origin of horrible
Examples from the Web for horribly
And we're not even talking about the horribly harassed public life forced on many in the LGBTQ community.
But like the phoenix, he has risen in the form of a 2:11, horribly produced YouTube clip.
“I just watched a horribly sad commercial,” Vieira had explained.Will Meredith Vieira Ever Stop Crying? Her Emotional Daytime TV Debut|Lloyd Grove|September 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The whole hand-to-the-mouth gasping thing we do when learning that women go see these films is horribly retrograde.'Guardians of the Galaxy' Is Not a Watershed Moment for Women|Kevin Fallon|August 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I was horribly insecure, horribly shy, always feeling ugly and weak.
Margery was putting them into a horribly awkward position—there was no doubt about that.The Hickory Limb|Parker Fillmore
It must have hurt so horribly to be sawed in two, she thought.A Romance Of Tompkins Square|Thomas A. Janvier
I would not have believed that a bullet could so horribly disfigure one.Kitchener's Mob|James Norman Hall
I shall not only catch my death of cold, but I shall be horribly compromised.Hearts and Masks|Harold MacGrath
Lancre tells of a witch of seventeen, pretty, and horribly savage.La Sorcire: The Witch of the Middle Ages|Jules Michelet
British Dictionary definitions for horribly (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for horribly (2 of 2)
Word Origin for horrible
Word Origin and History for horribly (1 of 2)
c.1300, from Old French horrible, orrible (12c.) "horrible, repugnant, terrifying," from Latin horribilis "terrible, fearful, dreadful," from horrere "to bristle with fear, shudder" (see horror). Used as a mere intensifier from mid-15c.