destructively

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These waters were fished so destructively that many of the fish were found to be decreasing.

And it was this knowledge that had worn on him so destructively.

Filbert blight was responsible for much of this loss, but so also were destructively low temperatures.

Since the days of the thirty years' war in Germany, never had war been carried on in Europe so mercilessly and so destructively.

"Thank you very much, but I think I will say 'Good morning,'" broke in my aunt's most destructively polite tones.

Besides her emotions were not destructively acute, they only lasted longer than any one could have either expected or approved.

The chances against them were too great, our artillery and machine gun fire too destructively accurate.

The chances against them were too great, our artillery and machine-gun fire too destructively accurate.

The colossal brazier of Mount Vesuvius dealt most awfully and destructively with the towns on its declivities and near its base.

She turned on him blindly and destructively, he became a mad creature, black and electric with fury.

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