dismally[ diz-muhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF dismally
Synonyms for dismally
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"I don't see that we can do anything for them at any time," he said, dismally.
"I think the less she sees of me, the better she likes me," he said dismally.
You will not wonder to see this narrative so dismally scrawled.
"I don't know; but I suppose we can look," said Ted, dismally.
Twas very dark and blustering and dismally cold at that time.
"You are a man of infinite resource, Capataz," said Dr. Monygham, dismally.
"Snakes will just spoil everything," added Jessie, dismally.
"'That by and by will make the music mute,'" ended Patricia dismally.
"I guess this is the end of it," announced Uncle Barney dismally.
"It must be at least two or three hours since I went over," he thought, dismally.