unhopefully


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unhopefully

(ʌnˈhəʊpfʊlɪ)
adv
in an unhopeful manner
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Ames grasps this in an effective way, Glory has an inkling of it, Jack, according to the author, prays for it unknowingly, even unhopefully. His doubleness of vision and hearing, the paralyzing awareness of how he seems to those he speaks to, incorporates something absolutely vital to human integrity, the knowledge that I do not coincide with myself, that who and what I am is significantly out of my control.
looked forward, not always unhopefully, to the day when there would be one Shepherd and one Flock.
The dissolution of the notion throughout its deconstruction process should unhopefully lead to resuscitate it.