Definition of Desolatingly

1. Adverb. So as to cause desolation. ¹



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Definition of Desolatingly

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Desolatingly

desocialization
desocialize
desocialized
desocializes
desocializing
desogestrel
desolate
desolated
desolately
desolateness
desolatenesses
desolater
desolaters
desolates
desolating
desolatingly (current term)
desolation
desolations
desolator
desolators
desolatory
desolder
desolvate
desolvated
desolvates
desolvating
desolvation
desolvations
desolventizing
desomorphine

Literary usage of Desolatingly

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1. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1844)
"BOOKS ABROAD compounded a story as desolatingly dark within as it is brilliantly polished without. His elegant mockery, his cruel aptness of phrase, ..."

2. Dramatic Opinions and Essays: With an Apology by Bernard Shaw (1907)
"Unhappily, every stroke that is at all delicate, or rare, or precious is multiplied, and repeated, and obtruded, usually on the limbs of some desolatingly ..."

3. Italy, France and Britain at War by Herbert George Wells (1917)
"... the external equipment of our leaders that falls behind the times; our political and administrative services are in the hands of the same desolatingly ..."

4. Italy, France and Britain at War by Herbert George Wells (1917)
"... the external equipment of our leaders that falls behind the times; our political and administrative services are in the hands of the same desolatingly ..."

5. Italy, France and Britain at War by Herbert George Wells (1917)
"... the external equipment of our leaders that falls behind the times; our political and administrative services are in the hands of the same desolatingly ..."

6. The French Revolution of 1789 as Viewed in the Light of Republican Institutions by John Stevens Cabot Abbott (1887)
"... more desolatingly. It is true that in many other countries of Europe the state of affairs was equally bad, if not worse. ..."

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