Dreadfully and Poorly


Dreadfully adverb - Of a dreadful kind.
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Synonyms for Dreadfully

Poorly and dreadfully are semantically related in terribly topic. In some cases you can use "Poorly" instead an adverb "Dreadfully".

Nearby Words: dreadful, dread, dreading


Poorly adverb - In an unsatisfactory way.
Usage example: he tends to perform poorly on standardized tests

Dreadfully and poorly are semantically related in badly topic. Sometimes you can use "Dreadfully" instead an adverb "Poorly".

Nearby Words: poor, poorness

Both words in one sentence

  • Series / Reign The guards stand around in poorly made replicas of 15th century armor and medieval cross-hilted swords, which would be dreadfully out of fashion especially in a royal court.
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