When an adjective is used to describe an action, a verb, it becomes an adverb and is added a
-ly. And so, these two sentences should be correct:
It was an intended act.
I intendedly did it.
Now, the word
ill-intended basically refers to something being done with bad/malicious intent, with an evil motive. Can I use the same grammar on this word - can the word
ill-intended directly replace
intended in a sentence?
It was an ill-intended act.
I ill-intendedly did it.
I can't find descriptions and definitions of
ill-intendedly when searching, but it seems to be a proper sentence. What is your view on this?