It's difficult to watch someone get atrociously beaten and not feel something.
A lot of those people were wrong, sometimes vilely and atrociously wrong.
It is stated that never in history were novels so atrociously mediocre as they are to-day.
Well, your French accent is so atrociously bad, I don't wonder!
Here St. Aubyn hid his face, and groaned: he grieved to hear the woman he had once loved could have been so atrociously wicked.
He could see him leaning over the balustrade and smiling at him atrociously.
Such an atrociously cheeky, unladylike thing to do, and putting her address here at the Grange!
I have been atrociously injured; I have killed—I deserve death, but that is all.
We rowed up and down industriously for a period of time which seemed to me atrociously long.
Scotch notes are so atrociously filthy, and gold is too heavy for the pocket.