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The team tried to avoid face-to-face contact during the preseason by not tackling or blocking normally and holding all meetings virtually, but it was woefully unprepared in a 55-3 loss to BYU in the season opener.

In 2012, though, Koney’s first attempt at becoming a pineapple farmer “failed woefully,” he says, due to theft, unavailability of fertilizers and the lack of a reliable market for his produce, among other factors.

One need only look at laws and practices for hundreds of years to see how the nation continually struggles to live up to its ideals and promises written so eloquently on paper, yet so woefully unfulfilled in practice.

At the beginning of the pandemic the US had woefully small testing capacity.

The retirement plan for Our Lady of Fatima, which 2,700 past and current hospital employees were counting on, had been woefully underfunded since 2008.

Another reason applications research should matter to mainstream machine learning is that the field’s benchmark data sets are woefully out of touch with reality.

Emma's face fell so woefully at this—was not her John at that moment all expectant round the corner?

If Hickey had not been woefully weak in mathematics the famous Fed.

The Eternal BoyOwen Johnson

This victory gained, Rokesmith made haste to profit by it, for he saw how woefully time had been lost.

Our Mutual FriendCharles Dickens

Mr. and Mrs. Hildyard, you now see the effects of your woefully indulgent training.

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