discouragingly discouragingly


  • (adv) in a discouraging manner


  1. At the half-year mark, however, most of those women relapsed and started gaining the weight back a discouragingly common phenomenon.
  2. These days, environmental problems are global and discouragingly complex.
  3. You get plenty of time for your three guesses: 106 minutes, discouragingly few of which surrender themselves to the rough ecstasy of rock 'n' roll.


  • Android's Audacious Desktop Debut

    Well temperatures have climbed discouragingly of late here in the Northern reaches of the Linux blogosphere, with the result that there's been standing room only down at the frostily air-conditioned Broken Windows Lounge. Linux Girl's most dreaded month is upon us, so it's time to hunker down with a chilly beverage and while away the dog days of summer chewing the fat with fellow FOSS fans.
    on July 1, 2013     Source: TechNewsWorld.com

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amiable amiable
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