:to a great or intense degree
badly off for
:strongly in need of (something or someone)
- It may seem pie in the sky in the current financial climate, but few could argue that for a city of its size and prestige, Edinburgh is badly off for large-scale sports facilities.
- —The Evening News (Edinburgh)
:fairly or acceptably well
- The economy is doing not badly and looks even better than it really is.
- —Tom Teepen
think badly of
:to have an unfavorable or low opinion of (someone or something)
- "You shouldn't think badly of the town because of this," said Brogan. "It is a good town."
- —Neil Gaiman