adjective, wretch·ed·er, wretch·ed·est.
Origin of wretched
SYNONYMS FOR wretched
Related formswretch·ed·ly, adverbwretch·ed·ness, nounun·wretch·ed, adjective
Examples from the Web for wretchedly
She could be wretchedly imprecise, capricious, and heartless to her co-workers.Understanding Diana Vreeland, ‘Empress of Fashion’|Robin Givhan|November 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Then again, no one can go far wrong by guessing that the wretchedly led GOP will once more deal from the bottom of the deck.
To this unpracticed eye, at least from the photos, the statues are at once sexually explicit and wretchedly unsexy.
After two days, there was a parting; perhaps, she wretchedly thought, a final one.Miss Ravenel's conversion from secession to loyalty|J. W. de Forest
It is a wretchedly dark place at night, and you don't know whom you may meet there.The Prime Minister|Anthony Trollope
I'm getting on so wretchedly with my Greek and my chemistry.'In the Year of Jubilee|George Gissing
He had thought her wretchedly altered, and, in the first moment of appeal, had spoken as he felt.
To the reader who wonders why he was agitated, I have only to hint that he was wretchedly inexperienced.Double Trouble|Herbert Quick