harmfully harmfully  /ˈhɑrmfə li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in a detrimental manner

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. First came the Senator's latest clear-as-mud explanation of his position on the Iraq war; then, more harmfully, came the sabotage by the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth.
  2. Boys damage others along with themselves in their car crashes; girls often turn harmfully, secretively on themselves.
  3. Boys damage others along with themselves in their car crashes; girls often turn harmfully, secretively on themselves.

News

  • VisitBritain’s Advice On How To Avoid Offending Foreigners Backfires

    VisitBritain has come under fire this week for using some of its £30 million in government funding to create a list of dos and don’ts for UK hoteliers that some critics say harmfully stereotypes the very tourists the organization is charged with attracting. British media have likened the gaffe to a famous 1975 episode of the BBC comedy, “Fawlty Towers,” in which hotelier Basil Fawlty (played by ...
    on January 7, 2014     Source: International Business Times

Quotes

  1. A: Baca said Hilton is being temporarily housed at a facility that "has a more intense form of medical support and will watch her behavior so that there isn't anything that is harmfully done to herself by herself."
    on Jun 9, 2007 By: Lee Baca Source: San Diego Union Tribune

  2. "I would much rather be continuing my career as a public servant than be a plaintiff in a lawsuit but I feel strongly and justice demands that those who acted so harmfully against our national security must answer for their shameful conduct in...
    on Jul 14, 2006 By: Valerie Plame Source: Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press

  3. "I don't think the real European economy is harmfully affected," Juncker told reporters on his way into the monthly gathering of EU finance ministers.
    on Mar 4, 2008 By: Jean-Claude Juncker Source: ForexTV.com

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