grievously : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a grievous manner
the resolute but unbroken Germany, grievously wounded but far from destruction, was able to lay the firm foundations for military revival
- The French, convinced of their superiority, ignored his warning and suffered grievously as a result.
- Much as Capa held his camera only inches from the faces of the grief-stricken and the grievously wounded, Kershaw focuses tightly and unblinkingly on a man who "invented .
- But when they hit this hard and come this fast--when the emergency becomes commonplace--something has gone grievously wrong.
News & Articles
- Pitney Bowes Won't Die Quietly
Editor's note: Jim Cramer told viewers of his "Mad Money" TV show on Tuesday that Intuitive Surgical and Potash are two ugly ducklings set to become beautiful swans. Here's another stock with those same characteristics. Winter Flop, Summer Flip PBI data by YCharts NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Commensurate to falling mercury in Wisconsin during last winter's grievously bitter cold season, Pitney Bowes ...
June 20, 2013 - TheStreet.com
- Pope Benedict XVI in Irish Times
Then on March 19th there was the pope's letter to the Catholics of Ireland where, addressing the bishops directly, he said: "It cannot be denied that some of you and your predecessors failed, at times grievously, to apply the long-established norms...
- Robert Gates in Los Angeles Times
You go to the hospitals and you talk to the nurses and the doctors and those who care for these grievously wounded young men and women. . . and I can't imagine the burden on them of doing that all day every day,Gates said. "How are we...
- Michael Ignatieff in Globe and Mail
The ways in which he makes everything a confidence motion is, in our view, unacceptable,Mr. Ignatieff said. "He took the wrong signal from the election. The signal he took was that he could try anything he wanted to and he grievously...