Definition of confoundedly in US English:

confoundedly

adverb

dated, informal
  • See confounded

    • ‘‘I wish she were not such a confoundedly good little woman so that I could be faithful to you without injuring a worthy person.’’
    • ‘Why was she being so confoundedly stubborn about not abandoning him?’
    • ‘Wherefore is it so confoundedly free of heat and power?’
    • ‘He was surprised indeed, it was either that guy was extremely dumb, or confoundedly smart.’
    • ‘Get rid of your confoundedly repetitive harmonies and phony teenaged angst.’

Pronunciation

confoundedly

/kənˈfaʊndədli//kənˈfoundədlē/