gruellingly


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gruellingly

(ˈɡruːəlɪŋlɪ) or

gruelingly

adv
in a gruelling manner
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The training for the mission had been intense and gruellingly realistic with many drowning in landing craft sinkings or falling victim to live ammunition.
Wasps' skipper discounts this game's relevance to Saturday's clash, and says he is expecting a gruellingly hard contest with little between the teams.
But Kenny was forced to head straight for the nearest sick-bucket after this gruellingly physical battle.
On previous expeditions, Shackleton, frank wild and Tom Crean made incredible forced marches to obtain help for incapacitated companions at the end of already gruellingly long treks on inadequate rations.
Having the necessary log equipment (click here) to make this gruellingly hard job as easy as possible is a must.
From the first symptoms to the gruellingly painful deaths, the author does an excellent job of creating tension, and Kaelin's letters to Leo take on an increasingly frantic quality as the disease spreads and friends and family members start dying around her.
The Assassination Of Richard Nixon SET in 1974, this gruellingly depressing movie tells the real life tale of a disillusioned office furniture salesman who tried to hijack a passenger jet and fly it into the White House.
Tim Moore, a journalist who specialises in gruellingly comedic reenactments, himself sets himself the task of finding out by visiting a series of groups ranging from Iron Age to the American Civil War.
His colleagues provided significant polyphonic interjections but tenor Nicholas Mulroy was outstanding as the Evangelist, shaping his gruellingly repetitive music with drama and dynamic shading.
They perform a splendid public service, and comedy can be gruellingly hard work.