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Synonyms for damnably

in a damnable manner

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Damnably dark, many of the elements comprising Otranto's vision of the future find their way in to House, although Hawthorne uses them to create a much different conclusion.
CULT Japanese trio Shonen Knife celebrate their 35th anniversary with new album Damnably, out on April 1, and a full-scale UK tour that will feature a date at Birmingham's Oobleck on Saturday, April 16.
22) In either case, whether he or she was sleeping or awake, a prolonged kiss could damnably suck forth the victim's soul.
This kind of mechanical obscenity is damnably tiresome.
And if one is inclined to endorse the view that Macbeth himself is the Third Murderer, (11) then his presence at the murder of Banquo can plausibly be interpreted as an allegorical representation of conscience's compunction to bear witness: not just to mortal crime but, more damnably, to the mortal sin of having transgressed divine law.
Although Tom is finally ready to acknowledge his guilt about the six-year affair that destroyed his marriage, Nighy makes sure that he remains the same damnably attractive sexist pig and unrepentant capitalist bandit he always was.
Damnably difficult deadlines are the scourge of journalism.
Part of this is perfectly sensible: the court makes most of its news through its opinions, and interpreting them, often heaps of them, at once, on tight deadlines, is damnably (and, maybe, deliberately) difficult.
When I was fully employed and raising my family, you might say I was damnably busy," says 86-year-old George Fikes, who worked as a federal investigator and raised 11 children.
What leads Clark into this incoherence is that the power of unreason so damnably afflicts--compromises, misdirects, undermines, flummoxes--the reasoning of men who do decide the fate of nations, even the course of a civilization.
Two dramatic poems from her 1866 book, "The Snow Waste" and "With the Dead," make this point negatively, by featuring male speakers unable to distance themselves from their desires and, who, as a result, degenerate from competitive triadic subjects to damnably objectified souls in torment.
Bartholomae acknowledges that this act of invention is damnably difficult and at times next to impossible for most undergraduates, let alone beginning basic writers, but he insists that it is still worth their while to learn how to "carry off the bluff" (135).
Mailer finally came to decide that his love for his wife while not at all equal or congruent to his love for America was damnably parallel.
They were damnably human in general outline despite webbed hands and feet, shockingly wide and flabby lips, glassy, bulging eyes, and other features less pleasant to recall.
Free-spirited young women having digital sex with a well-known politician who loves to expose himself and talk raunchy can be so damnably unpredictable and untrustworthy.