gruellingly


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gruellingly

(ˈɡruːəlɪŋlɪ) or

gruelingly

adv
in a gruelling manner
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Jean Chevalier (a gruellingly hypnotic performance by Philippe Nahon) is out of prison and looking for a new start.
This idealism extends to Beethoven's treatment of his vocal soloists, their writing often gruellingly instrumental.
If you don't know who they are, you will after their gruellingly endless namechecks.
Anyway, it all gets gruellingly predictable as Morrissey and Dunbar's losers are forced to pretend they're ruthless contract killers until the net closes in.
Despite a need for western currency which brings them incessantly and gruellingly on punishing tours to these shores, the members of Chisinau National Opera (Moldova) continue to present performances of the greatest integrity and very high quality.
The Duchess, who had part of her pounds 5million debts paid off by her exhusband's friend Jeffrey Epstein, posted: "I am so proud of Prince Andrew, The Duke of York for succeeding in a gruellingly busy trip to India.
Phillips' 24 singers achieved almost superhuman levels of tonal richness and breath control in Tavener's gruellingly sustained vocal lines - basses frequently anchored on bottom Es and Ds, semichorus sopranos hitched up to top Cs - that showed no strain and were consistently and awesomely beautiful.