shrewdly (adv.) Old form(s): shrowdly
seriously, mightily, very much
AW III.v.88[Mariana to Helena, of Parolles] He's shrewdly vexed at something
AW V.iii.232[King to Bertram] You boggle shrewdly
H5 III.vii.148[Orleans to Constable] these English are shrewdly out of beef
JC III.i.146[Cassius to Brutus] my misgiving still / Falls shrewdly to the purpose [also: astutely]
TC III.iii.228.1[Achilles to Patroclus] My fame is shrewdly gored
WT V.i.102[Paulina to Gentleman, of Hermione] your verse / Flowed with her beauty once. 'Tis shrewdly ebbed / To say you have seen a better
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