evilly (part of speech: adverb)
foully, repugnantly, offensively, hideously, abominably, repellently, monstrously, heinously, destructively, damnably, sinisterly, revoltingly, reprehensibly, wickedly, badly, detrimentally, loathsomely, disgracefully, repulsively, terribly, sinfully, calamitously, atrociously, nefariously
malevolently (part of speech: adverb)
- Secret, evilly wise, and inhuman, he looked a being apart, whom men might seek for help in dark purposes. - "Northern Lights", Gilbert Parker.
- Lord Hastings' response was louder than the rest and he smiled evilly as he cried: " Death!" - "The Boy Allies Under the Sea", Robert L. Drake.
- There was the Army most evilly affected towards him; there were the Puritans, who lamented the upset of the work they or their fathers had done. - "When London Burned", G. A. Henty.