desolately

[ UK /dˈɛsələtli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in grief-stricken loneliness; without comforting circumstances or prospects
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How To Use desolately In A Sentence

  • Desolately sit over there, Air Jordan Retro 5, an on each occasion, like a sculpture of carve carvings.
  • What a pleasure to re-encounter her sense of the classic: philosophically accusatory, desolately funny, rich and plain, timeless in itself. The Times Literary Supplement
  • With may discharge keeps wall's toxin, eliminates the nature desolately, to improve the husbands and wives to live, increases the husbands and wives sentiment.
  • And then on to Katherine, sitting desolately, no sign of life except for her shallow breathing.
  • I still remember a lover's quarrel last February when I'd walked desolately along Madison Avenue, only to come across a small crowd gathered around the store.
  • And Mr. Wylder looked poetically unhappy, and trundled over a little bit of fricandeau on his plate with his fork, desolately, as though earthly things had lost their relish. Wylder's Hand
  • I still remember a lover's quarrel last February when I'd walked desolately along Madison Avenue, only to come across a small crowd gathered around the store.
  • Desolately sit over there, Air Jordan Retro 5, an on each occasion, like a sculpture of carve carvings.
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