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adverb as in unfavorably

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It said, “online commerce is our largest ad vertical,” and discussed how a return to normalcy might adversely affect e-commerce-related ad revenues in 2021.

Ant’s IPO listing document mentions “future laws and regulations” as a risk factor that could adversely affect Ant’s business and operations, and specifically mentions the “evolving and extensive regulation” facing the financial services industry.

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To be sure, technology problems can adversely impact voters, and must be addressed whenever they arise.

Even if online time doesn’t directly harm mental health, it could still adversely affect it in indirect ways, especially if time online crowds out time for other activities.

One might suspect that a roaring crowd would adversely affect the communication of play calls, the cadence of snap counts and the general comfort of road team offenses.

So, 30 years, a full generation, tens of millions of people adversely affected.

Others told us it adversely affected their career opportunities.

I worry that these forces are nudging our kids towards behaviors that could adversely impact them down the road.

Plus, “shareholders may be adversely affected by lack of regular shareholder meetings and no voting rights.”

However, bad weather can adversely affect the incumbent party, some studies show.

The preliminaries of peace were discussed in parliament on the 17th, and almost every article was adversely criticised.

But the rising waters of democracy—the intermixture of classes—had reacted adversely on Wilkins's.

That means the Chord can be proportionately decreased without adversely affecting the Camber.

These are some of the essential elements in a successful character; but the fates thus far had decreed adversely.

Upon questions of tactics each tactician consulted held a different view, and each criticised adversely the other's suggestions.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to adversely, such as: negatively, skeptically, resentfully, unsympathetically, without sympathy, and with prejudice.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.