despairingly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r with desperation
`Why can't you understand?,' she asked despairingly
- At a meeting of the Cabinet at Nanking he wrung his small bony hands and wailed out despairingly one of the most remarkable speeches ever made by a Chief Executive on the eve .
- He has watched despairingly, knowing his dog would probably die or be permanently marked by this worst danger to dogs.
- The story of how a wrong man is sentenced to death for a triple murder is told through the eyes of four flawed characters: the middle-aged, despairingly single Raven; Muriel .
News & Articles
- Film Review: Elysium
Elysium | B- Though many pin the blame on the whiz-bang success of Star Wars, Hollywood science fiction films (or, more despairingly, Syfy movies) have long had a preoccupation with spectacle over ideas. Social commentary, high-minded intellectualism and the exploration of what it means to be human tend to be the exception rather than the rule. Alien monsters, exotic worlds and elaborate special ...
Aug. 9, 2013 - Detroit Metro Times
- Walter Cronkite in Seattle Times
The 1960s were "the worst decade of our history perhaps, including the Civil War," Mr. Cronkite said in a 2001 CNBC interview, yet at "Cape Kennedy, everybody was not looking down despairingly. They were looking up. ...... It made a...
- Vic Marks in CricInfo.com
The Somerset batsmen sensed blood and started stealing twos to him down at third man,Marks said. "Once he dived despairingly in an attempt to prevent a boundary. All he did was gouge out a huge chunk of turf, leaving a hole that was not...