worryingly

[ UK /wˈʌɹɪɪŋli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a manner to cause worry
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How To Use worryingly In A Sentence

  • Worryingly, alongside the rise of the lone cyberbully, there are also internet trolling gangs. The Sun
  • It begins with a grieving boy beside his father's funeral pyre, who is claimed by a worryingly uncouth uncle and taken away to a grim new life of servitude.
  • Horrific as the material is, it makes for a worryingly watchable film.
  • Both Townsend and Logan are streaky kickers, while Hodge's attempts to replicate his Reivers form in a Scotland shirt have been worryingly fitful.
  • These travesties are becoming worryingly familiar. Times, Sunday Times
  • Worryingly, names and mobile phone numbers of constables, sergeants and inspectors are included. The Sun
  • His vocal work was enormously impressive, veering worryingly towards perfection, something which improvisation never sought, expected or needed.
  • It was so unlike his usual running style and looked worryingly lacklustre. Times, Sunday Times
  • Worryingly this plan has been around for 6 years and has been adopted by Wrexham, Denbighshire and Flintshire councils with little if any public scrutiny. Cheshire Anschluß
  • Rather worryingly, one of the drivers I heard this afternoon sounded uncannily like a BBC continuity announcer I know.
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