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  • as insadly
  • as inseriously
  • as insorely
  • as insorely
  • as inunfortunately

synonyms for grievously

  • wistfully
  • cheerlessly
  • dejectedly
  • dismally
  • dolefully
  • gloomily
  • joylessly
  • morosely
  • sorrowfully
  • acutely
  • badly
  • intensely
  • severely
  • sorely
  • very
  • gravely
  • decidedly
  • deplorably
  • distressingly
  • harmfully
  • menacingly
  • perilously
  • precariously
  • quite
  • regrettably
  • threateningly
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antonyms for grievously

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  • happily
  • little
  • casually
  • lightly
  • minor
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      How to use grievously in a sentence

      The country’s grievous past has so thoroughly spoiled the present that even the Constitution has been called into question.
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      A full third of the attacking force lay on the ground, dead or grievously wounded.
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      Moreover, she had never so thoroughly enjoyed being a girl, and love-making would have bored her grievously.
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      I believe they expected to receive a large sum from these relics: how grievously they were disappointed I need not tell.
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      The assailants were grievously embarrassed by stones rolled down upon them and by the fire of the archers.
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      My failure to accomplish the desired result is grievously exasperating, and I feel deeply humiliated.
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      When Lawrence gathered his little troop together he found that three had been killed and six wounded, three of them grievously.
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      But in this, we were disappointed—grievously disappointed, and proceed to show in short, our objections to Liberia.
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      At the same time he realised all in her that was sore and grievously throbbing and needed the delicate touch.
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      The patient on the bed did not start, he was too grievously hurt to do that, but his white face grew gray with fear.
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      WORDS RELATED TO GRIEVOUSLY

      • cheerlessly
      • dejectedly
      • dismally
      • dolefully
      • gloomily
      • grievously
      • joylessly
      • morosely
      • sorrowfully
      • wistfully
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