detrimentally


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det·ri·men·tal

 (dĕt′rə-mĕn′tl)
adj.
Causing damage or harm; injurious.

det′ri·men′tal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.detrimentally - in a detrimental manner
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Clennam thought (and as he thought it, again felt ashamed of himself), was this notion of being disappointed in life, an assertion of station which the bridegroom brought into the family as his property, having already carried it detrimentally into his pursuit?
It is, I suppose, the reaction from the haunting fear which I have had, that this terrible affair and the reopening of his old wound might act detrimentally on Jonathan.
Streambank erosion is a major problem in areas or Queensland and has been identified as a significant cause of sediment detrimentally affecting the Great Barrier Reef.
Even though the UK government has "decided" not to make the fitting of these intrusive gizmos mandatory here, the forced installation of a device in the family home that detrimentally affects both human brain and body cells should not even be a matter that politicians have the option of voting a "Yes" on in the first place.
Smith Even though the UK government have "decided" not to make the fitting of these intrusive gizmos mandatory here, the forced installation of a device in the family home, that detrimentally affects both human brain and body cells, should not even be a matter that politicians have the option of voting a "Yes" on in the first place.
I hope they won't services which will detrimentally affect vulnerable members of society, old and young.
So will the minister agree new provisions at committee stage to put in place an immediate ban, an immediate ban on cold calling, and introduce default guidance to assist people accessing or seeking to transfer their pensions assets, with strong penalties for advisers who wilfully and detrimentally scam pensions members.
Summary: Poonch (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], Jan 17 (ANI): In the wake of the recent ceasefire violation that has taken place along the Line of Control (LoC), cross-border trade has been hampered, thus detrimentally impacting traders here.
Residents complained that these days they could go for a month without water, stressing that the situation is so dire that it affects schools and clinics detrimentally.
Lead author, Professor Jeremy Dale, from the University's Warwick Medical School, said: "The study highlighted a number of potentially modifiable factors related to GP training programmes that are detrimentally influencing the career plans of newly trained GPs.
We've known for a long time that noise from urbanisation, traffic and airports can detrimentally affect humans by causing stress, sleep deprivation, cardiac problems and slower learning.
I think that affected him detrimentally, as before that he was outstanding at Swansea City when playing regularly.