(comparative more woundily, superlative most woundily)
- 1893, George Borrow, Lavengro:
- Well, I did not like such usage at all, and was woundily frightened, and tried to keep as much out of his way as possible, going anywhere but where I thought I was likely to meet him; and sure enough for several months I contrived to keep out of his way.
- 1904, J. Sheridan Le Fanu, The House by the Church-Yard:
- 'Tut, Sir, this O'Flaherty has not been three weeks among us,' spluttered out the general, who was woundily jealous of the honour of his corps.
woundy + -ly