destructively

[ UK /dɪstɹˈʌktɪvli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a destructive manner
    he is destructively aggressive
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How To Use destructively In A Sentence

  • Whereas he once said he would unite the country, he has been deliberately and destructively divisive.
  • In essence their class position often forces them into using the environment destructively and inhibits any adaptive response to its inevitable deterioration.
  • The questions were legitimate but they rankled with Murray, who can be as delicate off-court as he is destructively powerful on it.
  • In - evitably, almost self-destructively, she tested her mother to make sure. Honeymoon
  • If anyone needs proof of how destructively polarized national politics has become, one need only consider yesterday's vote in the Senate on President Obama's nomination of Goodwin Liu to serve on the United States Court of Appeals. Geoffrey R. Stone: Judicial Filibusters: Partisanship Run Amok
  • But our good intentions are rechanneled destructively by a grand narrative that is equal parts pernicious, inaccurate, and pervasive. Matthew Fraidin: Changing the Narrative of Child Welfare
  • We want the government to fulfil its promises because if they fail, our people will react destructively.
  • Light waves reflected from the metal flakes at different levels within the ink layer interfere constructively or destructively with each other.
  • I behaved extremely destructively towards my family.
  • Others (pardon me in tracing the institutions of learning and asserting that they were called phantasm, prejudice and blasphemy) have been heralding their pitifully and destructively ignorant doctrine, that the 'Africans spring of the monkey species;' that 'they became black from Ham, who had a curse from his father, Noah.' Once a Methodist; Now a Baptist. Why?
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