shambolically

ADVERB
  1. in a shambolic manner
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How To Use shambolically In A Sentence

  • Had Diego Milito's goal in the first leg been correctly ruled out for being sixty-miles offside, or had Barça's totally valid goal not been shambolically dismissed, then Barcelona would have contested the final in Madrid. How do you like your sour grapes, Señor Xavi Hernández? | Richard Williams
  • As The Economist recently observed, For something so central to the modern world, the Internet is shambolically governed. Joe Waz: Internet Governance at a Crossroads
  • The "flics" look as menacing as ever, complete with body armour, truncheons and pistols, even though they are mostly dealing with shambolically intoxicated youths rather than would-be revolutionaries. France's young binge drinkers upset cafe society with their 'British boozing'
  • In real life terms it required a hell of a lot of astuteness to keep the thing alive, even shambolically.
  • Yesterday, shambolically but significantly, he forgot to mention it. The Sun
  • ‘Football is a shambolically run business,’ he says, ‘run by greedy and vain people who seem to act only in self-interest.’
  • The verdict last night finally brought to an end a case that had been handled shambolically by the sport. Times, Sunday Times
  • They shambolically emerge as narcissists greedy for celebrity. Times, Sunday Times
  • Europe's leaders, so far, have responded shambolically. Times, Sunday Times
  • I went along to the results announcement this afternoon - a typically shambolically CCO organised event. A New Era for the Tories
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