excruciatingly

[ US /ˌɛksˈkɹusiˌeɪtɪŋɫi/ ]
[ UK /ɛkskɹˈuːʃɪˌe‍ɪtɪŋli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a very painful manner
    the progress was agonizingly slow
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How To Use excruciatingly In A Sentence

  • By writing in excruciatingly tedious detail about tax accountancy—he took classes in the subject as part of his preparation—Wallace hoped to dull himself into the state that those fortunate enough to know it call normality. A Cure for Head-Exploding Brilliance
  • You think a half - hour car ride is an excruciatingly long time.
  • It's the way the American ending makes the title excruciatingly literal that's funniest. undefined
  • At times it's excruciatingly well-observed and cruel, but without being totally unsympathetic.
  • I got me to a flophouse, but it was a long, excruciatingly painful, and humiliating journey, let me tell you. METAPLANETARY
  • It's excruciatingly wicked and funny, delivered with unshowy wit. Times, Sunday Times
  • Both pledged to simplify the excruciatingly complex world of insurance accounting and make it more comprehensible. Times, Sunday Times
  • The ride was excruciatingly painful.
  • The dialogue is excruciatingly embarrassing.
  • The excruciatingly unctuous cable telemarketer forgot to mention, however, that the two movie channels, which come in on 500 and 400, could only be received through a descrambler.
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