[ UK /fˈiːndɪʃli/ ]
  1. as a devil; in an evil manner
    his writing could be diabolically satiric
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How To Use fiendishly In A Sentence

  • I fiendishly love it, which is definitely a function of my mother's loving salads, too; we've always been green heads. Food-World Royalty
  • Yet they are fiendishly difficult to stop, track or predict because jellyfish have no hearts and thus avoid any attempts at heat detection. Times, Sunday Times
  • Its best to get in reasonably early as it can be fiendishly difficult to get into, and the doorstaff can be unyielding and obdurate, despite your silver-tongued attempts to gain access.
  • The only downside is that the complex joypad manoeuvres make the action fiendishly tough going. Times, Sunday Times
  • Yes Fklo bad luck on broon to come up against such fiendishly cunning foe Dear Aquaintance ...
  • This figure is reached by a fiendishly clever equation.
  • Yet in what is now an election countdown, ending such protections will be fiendishly difficult. Times, Sunday Times
  • This figure is reached by a fiendishly clever equation.
  • It came out very well, though it was fiendishly difficult - the house dates to the 1630s and has very idiosyncratic windows arranged with total lack of symmetry.
  • This is a fiendishly clever plot, and Burkett is indeed the patsy.
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