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adverb as in dangerously

adverb as in mortally

adverb as in unfavorably

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“Tangled Up in Blue” is a wonderfully insightful book that provides a lens to critically analyze urban policing and a road map for how our most dispossessed citizens may better relate to those sworn to protect and serve.

The species may soon be listed as critically endangered, the gravest rating made by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.

Three have become critically endangered, including the oceanic whitetip, scalloped hammerhead, and great hammerhead sharks.

A woman who was critically injured in a vehicle crash last month has died of her injuries, Prince George’s County police said in a news release.

In mid-October, a little-known but critically important domain name for one country’s internet space began to expire.

Most critically, the split perspectives of Noah and Alison need to marry more elegantly.

This is a critically important role, and something I've seen firsthand.

The film was critically panned upon its release, but has since gained a cult following.

Most people pay attention to this only in regards the Supreme Court, but the lower courts are also critically important.

The Hangover star, currently in the critically acclaimed Birdman, certainly knows how to bring the funny as well as the awkward.

From his waistcoat pocket he took a little silver convex mirror and surveyed himself critically therein.

These indications are derived from the study of the lines in the light which the spectrum reveals to us when critically examined.

She put on a warm wrap and seated herself at the dressing-table, studying her face critically.

"Yes, and I'm afraid it is ruined," Jack answered, taking it in his hand and examining it critically.

Two speakers from London were to address the meeting, and Jim gazed very critically on both.


On this page you'll find 63 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to critically, such as: alarmingly, desperately, perilously, precariously, recklessly, and seriously.

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