desolately

[ adjective des-uh-lit; verb des-uh-leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF desolately

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I could not prompt him to go on, but he presently did so himself, desolately enough.

"We are now about to get all the news of the neighbourhood," she said desolately.

"The house won't be like a home without you," said he desolately.

The square was silent; desolately silent, as only a suburban square can be.

For, methinks, I have been kept a great while from you, desolately alone.

The entire scene was desolately savage and forlorn, but attractive.

Even did she ride to anchor, desolately lonely, in the Bay of a Thousand Ships.

Desolately she wandered up the secret trail to Wildenai's bower.

"I know that you will do whatever you have made up your mind to do," said Lucian, desolately.

As the light broke over the bay, coldly pink and desolately gleaming, Captain Joe got up and looked about him.

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