crushingly


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crushingly

(ˈkrʌʃɪŋlɪ)
adv
1. oppressively; intolerably
2. overwhelmingly
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Adv.1.crushingly - in a crushing manner; "the team was crushingly defeated"
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crushingly

[ˈkrʌʃɪŋlɪ] ADV [dull, familiar] → terriblemente

crushingly

[ˈkrʌʃɪŋli] adv [dull, boring] → terriblement; [defeat] → de manière écrasante

crushingly

advschrecklich
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Nevertheless, after I went to bed, this idea of punishment and Purgatory came back on me crushingly.
And as his gaze continued to follow her across the compound to the tiny grass house, the realization came to him crushingly that Berande and that little grass house was the only place in the world she could call "home.
YOUR opinion doesn't matter very much to our family," said Felicity crushingly.
And again the shock came and he was brought crushingly to the ground.
The haughty drooping glance struck crushingly the carpet at the Assistant Commissioner's feet.
What from the magnitude of the shock might have been a column of water running upright in the dark, butted against the ship, broke short, and fell on her bridge, crushingly, from on high, with a dead burying weight.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Ground Force Commander Brigadier General Ahmad Reza Pourdastan warned that certain reactionary regional countries are attempting to send the ISIL terrorists to Iran's bordering areas, stressing preparedness of the country's armed forces to crushingly respond to them.
Mine's a Fitbit, his is a Garmin, so to avoid confusion let's call them crushingly boring navel-gazing gadgets because these are the days of self-obsession and self-analysis.
In a response to an earlier criticism from Campbell-Cloyd over her decision to move her husband to the facility, Kim Campbell told the AP, ''It is crushingly sad to see him afflicted with Alzheimer's but indulging those feelings does not help him.
It's crushingly fast, offers the keen driver real options at the wheel, yet can trundle up a motorway while showing better than 45mpg on the computer.
Having listened to his effort, it strikes me the real crime of Mike Read's deathless ditty is not that it is either racial or distasteful as much as crushingly unfunny.
Having listened to his effort, the real crime of Mike Read's deathless ditty is not that it is either racial or distasteful as much as crushingly unfunny" Actor Michael Simkins, left, on the former DJ's controversial Ukip Calypso.