One of them, when I left, wrote sourly
on my leaving card: "How WILL we cope without our 'shining beacon'?
Rogge, whose greatest achievement perhaps was to restore the image of the IOC after Samaranch's reign ended sourly
with the bribes for votes scandal surrounding the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Games, was clear about what he saw as being the highs and the lows.
This, I thought sourly
, was part of the explanation for a curious fact about local weddings recently raised by a friend -- namely that people rarely look as if they're enjoying themselves.
But while the West is sourly
wagging its finger for not having Mohamed Morsi voted out peacefully, there is so little attention given to what happened in Egypt over the past year and what the repercussions of an extended Muslim Brotherhood rule meant for the future of liberal democracy in Egypt and the region.
Any relationship that ends sourly
means you spend the next 20 years blaming everyone else, so a reunion wasn't on the cards.
quinces, Fatima smiled at him sourly
from the other world.
Al-Bashir relentless attempts to undermine the South, further its suffering, and make the separation as sourly
and painfully as possible, the dictator's regime is currently imposing an unannounced economical embargo on the South, especially on goods and essential commodities from the North.
Sailors at Portsmouth were, during this period, issued with tinned mutton for the first time instead of fresh or dried meat and noted sourly
that the contents of the tins were cut up and unrecognisable--like Adams' body.
When things do end sourly
, it is tempting to assume that greed provided the motivation to ignore obvious risk.
I hope you will have all the happiness that I have missed," Hulbert sourly
The focus was on the keepers as the action turned to the penalty shoot-out and it ended sourly
for Neath when Liam Hancock missed from the spot.
This is perhaps particularly true if, in your early days, you were what my mother called, in a sourly
not entirely by the delivered word of headshaking wisdom, a "carouser".
sour*ly adverb <He looked at me sourly
enough but said nothing.
It ended sourly
for the visitors as Wes Morgan was dismissed in stoppage time for a second bookable offence.
The other two are sourly
comic fantasies, books I wanted to like much more than I did.