detrimentally detrimentally

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in a detrimental manner

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. While we pursue those goals we must not detrimentally impact those with health insurance or worsen the national debt.
  2. Sexism has affected us as detrimentally as it has affected women.

News

  1. Low vitamin D levels may speed up bone aging

    Vitamin D deficiency may not only reduce bone density, but also detrimentally affect bone quality, and speed up the aging of human bone, says a new study.
    on July 12, 2013     Source: Nutraingredients.com

  2. Low vitamin D levels may speed up bone aging: Study

    Vitamin D deficiency may not only reduce bone density, but also detrimentally affect bone quality, and speed up the aging of human bone, says a new study.
    on July 11, 2013     Source: Nutraingredients.com

  3. Rising temperatures good for crops

    In spite of a planting season that ran detrimentally late due to wet field conditions, recent dry weather and rising temperatures have crop conditions looking up. “The crops are really improving,” said Mark Carlton, field agronomist for the Iowa State University Extension and Outreach. “The weather we have had has greatly improved the corn crop, and things are looking better.” Although some ...
    on July 10, 2013     Source: The Fairfield Ledger

Quotes

  1. "The Michigan Economic Development Corporation reports that this issue already is detrimentally impacting our state's ability to attract and retain foreign investment and skilled workers," Granholm wrote in a letter sent Wednesday to Senate...
    on Jan 31, 2008 By: Jennifer Granholm Source: MLive.com

  2. "The recognition of this tort would have significant consequences for other legal obligations and would detrimentally affect the legal system and society more generally," wrote Charron.
    on Oct 5, 2007 By: Louise Charron Source: Windsor Star

  3. Hartlepool MP Iain Wright said: "I am concerned that there may be a possibility that such expansion could detrimentally affect the quality of water into Hartlepool homes."
    on Feb 9, 2007 By: Iain Wright Source: Hartlepool Mail

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