demoralizingly


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demoralisingly

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in a demoralizing manner
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As I always joke during my talks in the United States, 'the tree (our former colonial power) doesn't fall from the leaf (former colony).' Politics in the two countries is eerily similar: polarized, ugly and demoralizingly unpredictable.
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.
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.