In a confounded manner; as if thwarted or confused.(adverb)
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Use "confoundedly" in a sentence
"I happened to be in the shop one day -- it was when you were living idle at your father's expense, young man -- and I heard you speak to him in what I call a confoundedly impertinent way."
"Grammaerians who judge more of points and constructions than of sence and spirit and animation; with a dozen other queer fellows and characters, who would plague me confoundedly if I was once to begin to mind them."
" As it is in a great degree a political subject it is more in your way than mine; — All your writings are so confoundedly violent, that I who have four years past made a determination to be nutral in Politicks and Religion, have much ado to convince myself that you ought to expect much assistance from such a cowardly fellow."