Horribly and Quite

Horribly

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Horribly adverb – Of a dreadful kind.
Quite and horribly are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Quite" instead an adverb "Horribly".
Nearby Words: horrible, horrid
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Quite

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Quite adverb – To a full extent or degree.
Horribly and quite are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Horribly" instead an adverb "Quite".
Synonyms for Quite

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  • You would expect that they would fail horribly at replacing our beloved main characters, but instead they all performed quite well in their positions (especially Charming).
  • Series / Bugs Absolutely laden with Hollywood Science tropes, and quite prone to So Bad, It's Good.It died out pretty horribly due to awkward soap-opera elements being forced in.
    Source: Series / Bugs
  • More fun from her later albums: "Te dejo Madrid" is quite poppy, but the lyrics are about her leaving someone she loves dearly but which relationship is crumbling horribly.
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