grossly (adv.) Old form(s): grosselie , Grossely
stupidly, senselessly, foolishly
KJ III.i.163[King John to Cardinal Pandulph, of the Pope] you ... / Are led so grossly by this meddling priest [also: sense 3]
MM III.i.18[disguised Duke to Claudio] thou ... grossly fear'st / Thy death, which is no more [than sleep]
MM V.i.469[Escalus to Angelo] I am sorry ... [you] / Should slip so grossly [or: sense 1]
R3 IV.i.79[Anne to Queen Elizabeth, of Richard] my woman's heart / Grossly grew captive to his honey words
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