miserably

[ miz-er-uh-buhl, miz-ruh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF miserably
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MISERABLY

Rose wrote that she was miserably unhappy with her step-mother.

And so the week went by miserably, and I did not tell my love.

Two experiments which he had previously made had failed most miserably.

I am so feeble, so miserably weak and feeble, and I want to be strong.

"Let me see," said I—and we mounted a miserably dim staircase.

You would have been desperately uncomfortable and I—miserably ashamed of myself.

So he went home, to fret and toss angrily and miserably half the night.

On the brink of the waters of life and truth, we are miserably dying.

"He is in the clutches of the Holy Office," answered Cavalcanti miserably.

"It is a dream that never can be realized now," said I miserably.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1400; see miserable + -ly (2).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MISERABLY

uncomfortably

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