What is another word for calamitously?

Pronunciation: [kɐlˈamɪtəsli] (IPA)

Calamitously is an adverb used to describe a situation that is disastrous, disastrous or unfortunate in nature. Synonyms for this word can include terms such as catastrophically, disastrously, cataclysmically, tragically, dreadfully, horribly, miserably, and horribly. These words all convey a sense of extreme negativity and devastation, and are often used in contexts where the impact of a situation is felt deeply by those involved. Other possible synonyms for calamitously might include phrases such as "ruinously," "devastatingly," "catastrophically," or "apocalyptically," all of which suggest a sense of overwhelming damage or destruction. Ultimately, the choice of synonym for calamitously will depend on the specific context of the situation being described.

What are the hypernyms for Calamitously?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Calamitously

Above all, let us admire the high spirit and equanimity of this Roman commonwealth; that when the consul Varro came beaten and flying home, full of shame and humiliation, after he had so disgracefully and calamitously managed their affairs, yet the whole senate and people went forth to meet him at the gates of the city, and received him with honor and respect.
"Plutarch-Lives-of-the-noble-Grecians-and-Romans"
Clough, Arthur Hugh
"Then," demanded I, with icy coldness, "you think that if I permit Them to supply a few thoughts to carry Them over the dashes They will-" "Think something you did not think; perhaps something worse," the effigy finished, calamitously.
"The Way of the Gods"
John Luther Long
Years afterwards he and I were together engaged in an effort to resuscitate the weekly illustrated newspaper Hearth and Home, which had calamitously failed to win a place for itself, under a number of highly distinguished editors, whose abilities seemed to compass almost everything except the art of making a newspaper that people wanted and would pay for.
"Recollections of a Varied Life"
George Cary Eggleston

Related words: calamitous, calamity, calamity clause

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