abysmally

[ US /əˈbɪzməɫi/ ]
[ UK /ɐbˈɪsmə‍li/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a terrible manner
    she sings terribly
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How To Use abysmally In A Sentence

  • As far as events on-field go, you will know that our top-secret plan of attempting to lull the opposition into a false sense of security by performing abysmally in the pool games almost came off.
  • A case in example is dry lands in Vidarbha (Maharashtra) where the size of the average holding was 3.3 hectares, but the productivity was abysmally poor due to lack of irrigational facilities. Rahul Gandhi Seeks Flexible Norms to Implement Waiver of Farm Loans
  • The show was initially ridiculed by many reviewers as the most abysmally lowbrow series in television history.
  • The so called "leftish" Ken Clarke started the ball rolling with the idiotic GP Fundholding saga of the late 80s early 90s - it failed abysmally, but Clarke did a lot of damage to the The Guardian World News
  • You're doing a abysmally inadequate job on both fronts, I'm afraid.
  • Service in the restaurant was abysmally slow. My husband was starting to flip out, so I tried to distract him with small talk.
  • Groceteria, insular, monomaniacal, abysmally and shaddock took out five spellers in round eight; simultaneity, lapidarian, braillist and pertussis ended the contest for another four in round nine. Azcentral.com | news
  • Elsewhere though, old-style passbook accounts from bank and building-society branches are now paying abysmally low returns.
  • Groceteria, insular, monomaniacal, abysmally and shaddock took out five spellers in round eight; simultaneity, lapidarian, braillist and pertussis ended the contest for another four in round nine. Azcentral.com | news
  • The standard of education was abysmally low.
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