Definition of evilly in English:

evilly

adverb

  • See evil

    • ‘It comes from evil masterminds stroking their chin and smirking evilly.’
    • ‘That vote may have been evilly garnered by preying on people's baser tendencies, but again, a vote's a vote.’
    • ‘Tomorrow I will wear high heels and stare evilly at any tourists who stray like slow demented sheep into my path, as I stomp my way in to work.’
    • ‘An evilly disposed person might say that Attila the Hun had a similar lack of discretion.’
    • ‘But it descended into your stomach through your nose and mouth and sat there evilly.’

Pronunciation

evilly

/ˈiːv(ə)li/