masochistically : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a masochistic manner
masochistically he insisted on an even greater workload
- Mid-20th century Freudians urged women to put aside ambition and masochistically (their word) submit to the maternal instinct.
- Most of the white community leadership came from a group of masochistically deranged Christian fakirs, the Penitent brotherhood, whose way of praising their redeemer was to imitate .
- Hiroshima is visited by 2,000,000 tourists a year; its chilling museum of atomic horrors has been massively and masochistically documented in endless magazine and newspaper .