calamitous


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(of events) having extremely unfortunate or dire consequences

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Portentous, indeed, as it's momentous for the school's growth outside its catchment area, calamitous for existing schools in the Tile Hill/Canley area whose numbers are falling in the face of brand Finham moving in.
Married to the Moonies (Channel Four, Thursday, 9pm) [bar] Weddings can be calamitous affairs at the very best of times; trying to please your in-laws, sorting out catering to please all the guests' tastes and the like.
But in a calamitous final five minutes, first Rangers grabbed a late winner at Loftus Road then James Morrison crashed in a last-minute equaliser for Roy Hodgson's side - meaning nothing but a win will do.
It must be a source of deep gratification to you to be making so important a contribution toward rescuing our persecuted fellow-Jews from their calamitous peril and leading them toward a better future," the BBC quoted his letter, as stating.
Skinned twice by Scunthorpe players, nervy against Watford and that calamitous own goal, of course, against Derby.
Davies netted the first in calamitous circumstances after 15 minutes as Lincoln keeper Trevor Carson failed to deal with a long ball, leaving the prolific striker to slot home his 17th goal of the season.
If someone says it's not as bad as all that, I say (they) just don't realise the calamitous position we're in.
Simon Hulse restored the Silkmen''s lead right on half time, but soon after the restart Simon Thelwell''s calamitous own goal squared matters.
PESHAWAR, August 20, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Foreign diplomats wishing to survey the calamitous destruction and havoc wrought by recent floods have been given security clearance to visit these areas.
PESHAWAR, August 20, 2010 (Frontier Star): Foreign diplomats wishing to survey the calamitous destruction and havoc wrought by recent floods have been given security clearance to visit these areas.
Any library located in a coastal region catering to urban planners, disaster preparedness professionals and others will welcome PLANNING FOR COASTAL RESILIENCE: BEST PRACTICES FOR CALAMITOUS TIMES.
The deal, if it goes through, would end the uncertainty about the strength of HBOS following a calamitous run on its shares.
It is calamitous enough that British people's livelihoods are being shipped to Eastern Europe.
The stock market's gains after several stable or positive sessions suggested that the Federal Reserve Policymakers and stock market investors have struck a truce, albeit a shaky one, with the Fed acknowledging it stands ready to fend off a calamitous seizing up of the credit markets and investors willing to focus on readings on the health of the economy before making decisions.
Forest went down 1-0 after a calamitous error from goalkeeper Paul Smith allowed Theo Streete's 35-yard drive to find the net.