discouragingly

[ dih-skur-ij, -skuhr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF discouragingly

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"Probably a dun from Brewster," said Mr. Clark discouragingly.

It lay on them discouragingly thick and white, but she laughed in its face.

She shook her head, rather dryly—not discouragingly—and he went on.

"I'm afraid you will not find any oak chests," said Mr. Rutledge, discouragingly.

As Dan already had observed, they were discouragingly scarce.

Some bills are collected, but their amount is discouragingly small.

"Some day hope will die out in your heart," he said discouragingly.

The supply was discouragingly small, but there was some in stock.

Mr. MacDonald tilted back his chair and eyed me closely, but not discouragingly.

“Oh, that same picture has been in the window for months,” her chum said discouragingly.

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