viciously, brutally, savagely
Meaning: in a vicious manner; "he was viciously attacked"
It shot out great long sparks, which snapped viciously through the air.
“Very truly the devil’s,” growled Larry, snapping his cigarette case viciously.
"Get out," mumbled Stacy sleepily, at the same time kicking viciously with the disturbed foot.
The other, farther away, drifted down diagonally, its disintegrator ray playing viciously over the ground below it.
He took the pipe from his mouth, pressed the tobacco viciously into the bowl, and swore steadily in Gaelic until I was ready to choke him.
The hand of the American, when Lanyard clasped it, was cold, as cold as ice; and as their eyes met that abominable cough laid hold of the man, as it were by the nape of his neck, and shook him viciously.
Some of them pecked at the eyes of the Gump, which hung over the nest in a helpless condition; but the Gump's eyes were of glass and could not be injured. Others of the Jackdaws rushed at the Saw-Horse; but that animal, being still upon his back, kicked out so viciously with his wooden legs that he beat off as many assailants as did the Woodman's axe.