demoralizingly


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demoralisingly

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in a demoralizing manner
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The latest figures on UK GDP, released this week, were so demoralizingly bad that some economists and market-watchers are simply refusing to believe them, suggesting they are the result of a statistical anomaly and will see large upward revisions.
The figure was so demoralizingly bad, some economist and market-watchers are simply refusing to believe it, suggesting it is the result of a statistical anomaly, does not jive with other leading economic indicators and is likely to be increased soon.
Even the juvenilia that remained in manuscript long after Ravel's death, aged 62, in 1937--works which, in fact, only attained publication and performance in the 1970s--proved demoralizingly unblemished, lacking only the ultimate individual touch that would rank them with his mature masterpieces.