[ UK /ædvˈɜːsli/ ]
[ US /ædˈvɝsɫi/ ]
[ US /ædˈvɝsɫi/ ]
in an adverse manner
she was adversely affected by the new regulations
How To Use adversely In A Sentence
- We have supported the changes at the Hardenhuish Sports Club complex even though we have been adversely affected by noise and other inconveniences.
- No adversely critical faculty was brought to bear. Times, Sunday Times
- It is not an incorporeal right, such as, for example, an easement, which appertains to his land and adversely affects the registered Red Land.
- But in all cases they refer to behaviour that has impinged adversely on others, usually those closest to me.
- Many fatty foods are susceptible to autoxidation, involving the oxidation of lipid molecules to produce malodorous ketones, alcohols and acids that adversely affect the texture, flavour and taste of food.
- It is not an incorporeal right, such as, for example, an easement, which appertains to Mr McArdle's land and adversely affects the registered Red Land.
- Fuel costs increased dramatically during the mid-1970s and have remained high ever since, and this adversely affects many old people.
- In doing so, you remove all frequencies above 6 kHz, which will not adversely affect the intelligibility of the recording; on the other hand, it will make high-frequency artifacts from the Olympus files less obvious. Mp3's and lectures, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
- For younger singers it has been hard to spurn his crude advances, as their careers could have been adversely affected had they rebuffed him. Times, Sunday Times
- They were adversely affected from 1830 when Permanent Settlement and resumption proceedings came into force and Persian was replaced by English as the official language. the ashraf response to the change was not positive. Cuckoo's call