lamentably[ luh-men-tuh-buh l, lam-uh n-tuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF lamentably
Synonyms for lamentably
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LAMENTABLY
The minister was weakening most lamentably, giving her husband a loophole to escape.
It was lamentably weak, far from the hot expressions which she forced it to replace.
If you only knew how lamentably we are off for pretty people, you 'd pity us.
"Oh, there is nothing to grieve on," said he, mistaking me most lamentably.
Sometimes he would do excellently, and again he would "fall down" lamentably.
They were lamentably destitute of arms and munitions of war.
His idea of horror and of what excites horror is so lamentably deficient.
This is lamentably true, but there is no good reason why it should be so.
He could not explain it, but he was lamentably weak and miserable.
All testimony proves that the fact was lamentably the reverse.