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Synonyms for sadly

in an unfortunate way

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in an unfortunate or deplorable manner

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YOUR article re George Stephenson High School in Killingworth sadly reinforced my opinion as to your priorities.
Freddy will be sadly missed by all his family and friends.
Cancer Research UK PS20 In loving memory of our dear dad and granda, John McLauchlan, who sadly passed away on April 10, 1994.
IN response to Mr Edward Hillier of Mostyn Estates regarding Llandudno and its defiance of Internet shopping, sadly this isn't true in some businesses.
CARTMEL Frances Sadly passed away on 26th February, 2016 aged 95.
Sadly missed by all her grandchildren and greatgrandchildren, brothers Billy, Tommy and Brian.
MITROVIC Dusan Treasured memories of a dearly loved husband, dad and grandad, who fell asleep one year ago today, sadly missed by his family.
Babette Eleonore Allum (Drury) sadly died at home in Fuengirola.
We had enough industry once to give full employment, but sadly we sold them abroad.
SADLY the ongoing dispute between the Welsh Assembly Government and the NewLabour Government based at Westminster over laws to protect employees in Welsh hospitals and health care visiting staff yet again sadly shows politicians in a very poor light.
Sadly, Children of the Night is just one light on an otherwise dark horizon for children who run away from home and end up on the street.
SIR - Now that the British Post Office has produced its calendar of stamps to be issued in 2005, sadly what do we in Wales find - that no commemorative issues are earmarked for either the centenary of city status for Cardiff or the 50th anniversary of Cardiff being the capital city of Wales.
There are over 400 photographs but, sadly, not more than a dozen of these stop your heart beat.
I say sadly because in its best moments, England's Dreaming hints briefly, frustratingly, at answers to the hard questions about punk and the social/political circumstances that gave the movement its force--circumstances that, in some ways, called punk into being.
13, 1997--Hill and Knowlton sadly announced Monday that Katharine Macdonald, managing director in the firm's Sacramento office, passed away Sunday.