- abysmal ► ADJECTIVE 1) informal extremely bad. 2) literary very deep.DERIVATIVES abysmally adverb.
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Abysmally — A*bys mal*ly, adv. To a fathomless depth; profoundly. Abysmally ignorant. G. Eliot. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
abysmally — adverb Very; incredibly; profoundly. Abysmally ignorant … Wiktionary
abysmally — adverb see abysmal … New Collegiate Dictionary
abysmally — See abysmal. * * * … Universalium
abysmally — É™bÉªzmlÉª adv. deeply, immeasurably … English contemporary dictionary
abysmally — abys·mal·ly … English syllables
abysmally — See: abysmal … English dictionary
abysmally — adverb in a terrible manner she sings terribly • Syn: ↑terribly, ↑atrociously, ↑awfully, ↑abominably, ↑rottenly • Derived from adjective: ↑rotten ( … Useful english dictionary
abysmal — abysmally, adv. /euh biz meuhl/, adj. 1. of or like an abyss; immeasurably deep or great. 2. extremely or hopelessly bad or severe: abysmal ignorance; abysmal poverty. [1650 60; ABYSM + AL1] * * * … Universalium
abysmal — [[t]əbɪ̱zm(ə)l[/t]] ADJ GRADED If you describe a situation or the condition of something as abysmal, you think that it is very bad or poor in quality. Our abysmal record at producing scientifically trained and numerate manpower will cripple us … English dictionary