disappointedly disappointedly


  • (adv) in disappointment; in a disappointed manner


  1. And Dunne, disappointedly, was unable to attend the grand finale after back-pain medication made her ill.
  2. In Guttenberg, Iowa, Fisherman Eldon Saeuging disappointedly found an old 4O-qt.
  3. Early in the week the President disappointedly watched TV as the Gemini 6 mission fizzled.


  1. "What's special about it is the way they did it," coach PJ Carlesimo said. "We bottomed out last night [losing 103-76 at Orlando]. We had played so well and to play as disappointedly as we played [Tuesday] ...... We got them up this morning...
    on Nov 15, 2007 By: PJ Carlesimo Source: Seattle Times

  2. Its generic nature allows the play to mess around with its familiar conventions to comic effect - "unless, of course, you're going to be disappointedly purist about the fact that it isn't the film," says Aitken, "but it so patently isn't that...
    on Apr 5, 2008 By: Maria Aitken Source: The Age

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