banefully


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bane·ful

 (bān′fəl)
adj.
1. Causing harm, ruin, or death; harmful. See Usage Note at baleful.
2. Portending harm; ominous.

bane′ful·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.banefully - in a noxiously baneful way; "this banefully poisoned climate"
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banefully

[ˈbeɪnfəlɪ] ADV (liter) (= poisonously) → nocivamente; (= destructively) → funestamente, fatalmente
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As an effect of his inattentiveness, Facebook users banefully defamed the former Republican politician, who decided to run as an independent candidate after his doleful loss in the primaries.
More banefully, they latch on unsubstantiated allegations of rights\' infringements by the security forces in their operations.
22) Throughout these discursive arenas, then, the Orientalization of the Jew thus tends to wander both geographically and ontologically, ending up hypostasizing a putatively "Oriental Jew" (23) (a better term might be "Orientalized Jew") who may have emigrated from Russia, Romania, or Syria to the Lower East Side, but who, whatever his or her origins, comes by the 1920s and early 1930s to be banefully lodged at the center of social, intellectual, and cultural life.