[ UK /hˈɛlɪʃli/ ]
  1. extremely
    hellishly dangerous
    infernally clever
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How To Use hellishly In A Sentence

  • Scientists have found many planets like HD 209458 b – huge gas giants that orbit hazardously close to their stars and have hellishly hot, poisonous atmospheres.
  • Red bricks are all hellishly good values if you trust to the roster of ads but we’ll save up ourselves and nab what’s nicest and boskiest of timber trees in the nebohood. Finnegans Wake
  • Dreams in which Billy wore a Postal Service uniform and grinningly accompanied the mailman on his hellishly appointed rounds. Baby Games
  • The one-dimensional cheerful cheeky chappie/sassy brassy tart with a heart stereotypes are no more representative of milliions of people who happen to be working class than the constantly miserable and hellishly afflicted Walford locals. Charlie Brooker | Complaining about the lack of realism in EastEnders is like moaning that Monster Munch crisps don't taste of monsters
  • The game of war brings death, and the devil has ensured that this has been a hellishly long game.
  • I do it all the time, especially in word processing, when I want to transplant a sentence from one location to another in one of my hellishly long essays.
  • I had a flash of my uncles working the woks in a hellishly hot summer kitchen.
  • His eyes gleamed hellishly in his red face: but the voice was rich, modulated, booming and kindly.
  • Every sheep within two miles Is nailing me accurately down With its hellishly-shaven starved-priest expression.
  • For almost a century, industrial chemists have had to rely on hellishly high temperatures and gas pressures to cleave the tenacious chemical bond that holds together each two-atom nitrogen molecule.
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