Synonyms for Offensively:

adv

aggressively (adverb)
assertively, belligerently, aggressively, combatively, truculently, hostilely, domineeringly.
disagreeably (adverb)
disgustingly, distastefully, repulsively, nastily, unpleasantly, disagreeably, obnoxiously, unpalatably.
evilly (adverb)
repellently, evilly, Repugnantly, repulsively, destructively, revoltingly, reprehensibly, monstrously, heinously, abominably, sinfully, disgracefully, terribly, hideously, badly, detrimentally, wickedly, foully, loathsomely, nefariously, Sinisterly, atrociously, calamitously, damnably.
illegally (adverb)
feloniously, illicitly, unconstitutionally, punishably, unjustly, Actionably, unlawfully, illegitimately, lawlessly, wrongfully, criminally, illegally.
offensively (adverb)
attackingly, aggressively.
painfully (adverb)
bitingly, irritatingly, arduously, gruelingly, sorely, unpleasantly, severely, achingly, painfully, disagreeably, woefully, smartingly, aggravatingly, acutely, bitterly, grievously, stingingly, irksomely, distressingly, uncomfortably, excruciatingly, horrendously, piercingly, cruelly, oppressively, Insufferably, torturously, gnawingly, agonizingly, hurtfully, unbearably, distressfully, troublesomely, odiously, witheringly, tryingly, miserably, tormentingly, annoyingly.
vulgarly (adverb)
clumsily, commonly, repulsively, crudely, gaudily, revoltingly, roughly, indelicately, outlandishly, broadly, inelegantly, tastelessly, unseemly, crassly, earthily, ignobly, brazenly, barbarically, grossly, basely, colloquially, idiomatically, profanely, unbecomingly, brutishly, glaringly, boorishly, garishly, vulgarly, coarsely, lowly, rudely, Rankly, Rawly, tactlessly, gracelessly.

adv.

aggressively (adverb)
assertively, belligerently, aggressively, combatively, truculently, hostilely, domineeringly.
disagreeably (adverb)
disgustingly, nastily, distastefully, unpalatably, obnoxiously.
evilly (adverb)
repellently, evilly, Repugnantly, repulsively, destructively, revoltingly, reprehensibly, monstrously, heinously, abominably, sinfully, disgracefully, terribly, hideously, badly, detrimentally, wickedly, foully, loathsomely, nefariously, Sinisterly, atrociously, calamitously, damnably.
illegally (adverb)
feloniously, illicitly, unconstitutionally, punishably, unjustly, Actionably, unlawfully, illegitimately, lawlessly, wrongfully, criminally, illegally.
obnoxiously (adverb)
annoyingly.
offensively (adverb)
attackingly.
outrageously (adverb)
badly.
painfully (adverb)
bitingly, irritatingly, arduously, gruelingly, sorely, unpleasantly, severely, achingly, painfully, disagreeably, woefully, smartingly, aggravatingly, acutely, bitterly, grievously, stingingly, irksomely, distressingly, uncomfortably, excruciatingly, horrendously, piercingly, cruelly, oppressively, Insufferably, torturously, gnawingly, agonizingly, hurtfully, unbearably, distressfully, troublesomely, odiously, witheringly, tryingly, miserably, tormentingly, annoyingly.
vulgarly (adverb)
brutishly, inelegantly, rudely, Rankly, profanely, unbecomingly, vulgarly, outlandishly, gracelessly, gaudily, Rawly, roughly, barbarically, clumsily, boorishly, unseemly, glaringly, basely, commonly, colloquially, brazenly, broadly, lowly, coarsely, tactlessly, earthily, garishly, idiomatically, crudely, crassly, ignobly, grossly, tastelessly, indelicately.

n.

offensively (noun)
obnoxiously, objectionably.

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Other relevant words:
objectionably.

Usage examples for offensively

  1. You're the most offensively happy married man I ever met." – Somewhere in France by Richard Harding Davis
  2. The air was not offensively dead, but it was langorously asleep. – The Guests Of Hercules by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
  3. To the middle of the floor, in full view through an open window, advanced the woman who all day long had been the burden of his thoughts- not pale with grief and hollow- eyed with weeping, but flushed with pleasure, around her waist the arm of a burly, grinning mulatto, whose face was offensively familiar to Tryon. – The House Behind the Cedars by Charles W. Chesnutt