depressingly


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de·press·ing

 (dĭ-prĕs′ĭng)
adj.
Causing sadness, gloom, or dejection: depressing news; a depressing movie; rainy, depressing weather.

de·press′ing·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.depressingly - in a depressing manner or to a depressing degree
Translations

depressingly

[dɪˈpresɪŋlɪ] ADV [say, reply] → tristemente
Dad had become depressingly weakera deprimente ver lo débil que se había quedado papá
it all sounded depressingly familiarme sonaba todo tanto que era deprimente
it was a depressingly familiar storyera una historia tan sabida or oída que resultaba deprimente

depressingly

[dɪˈprɛsɪŋli] adv
depressingly familiar → terriblement familier/ière

depressingly

advdeprimierend; it all sounded depressingly familiares hörte sich alles nur zu vertraut an; depressingly, the costs are too highdeprimierenderweise sind die Kosten zu hoch

depressingly

[dɪˈprɛsɪŋlɪ] advin modo deprimente
References in classic literature ?
He was the owner of another, not quite so "good" - the jolly corner having been, from far back, superlatively extended and consecrated; and the value of the pair represented his main capital, with an income consisting, in these later years, of their respective rents which (thanks precisely to their original excellent type) had never been depressingly low.
The surrounding country itself was pleasant, as far as fertile fields, flourishing trees, quiet green lanes, and smiling hedges with wild-flowers scattered along their banks, could make it; but it was depressingly flat to one born and nurtured among the rugged hills of -.
Saxon browsed among Hafler's books, though most of them were depressingly beyond her, while Billy hunted with Hafler's guns.
And while these other stories don't tend to get the sort of high-profile coverage normally reserved to school shootings and terrorist bombings, they are depressingly familiar to most of us.
Turakiare Teauariki's piece on his own relatively recent experiences in Papua New Guinea adds a fascinating first-hand account that also, depressingly, serves to show the continuation of white racism well into this century.
But as these words are written early in July, there seems to be every reason to conclude that once again, after half a century of failed attempts to institute a rational and humane health-care system in the United States, we've missed the boat--for this year and, it seems depressingly likely, for years to come.
It's the irrelevant fripperies which sell the books (at exorbitant prices), as Harriet Bernstein-Tyson makes depressingly clear in her lucid, pithy A Conspiracy of Good Intentions: America's Textbook Fiasco (Council for Basic Education, 725 15th Street NW, Washington, DC 20005).
One recent survey depressingly claims 75 percent of all Americans get all their news from television.
Until now, the Internet has been a visually beautiful but depressingly mute technology.
And to start with saying there have been some improvements, whichever way you cut it, these figures today are depressingly bad - but unfortunately depressingly familiar.
How dreadfully dull and depressingly disappointing have they been?
His sitter ensured their fifth win on the bounce and Fergie's mob are depressingly short at even money to retain the title.