Definition of 'disastrously'
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But games of chicken often end disastrously. Times, Sunday Times (2011)This is the third time things have gone disastrously wrong. The Sun (2016)Then it all seemed to go disastrously wrong. The Sun (2012)But naturally the plan goes disastrously wrong. The Sun (2006)London does not need a mayor who constantly changes their positions because they have been proved to be disastrously wrong. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It's a secret but you know it will end disastrously. The Sun (2006)If this was meant to take the heat off, it has backfired disastrously. The Sun (2013)She was in agony and had to be carried away on a stretcher to an ambulance after her ski jump went disastrously wrong. The Sun (2016)For if you press the wrong button, things can go disastrously wrong. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I had an experience recently which could have ended disastrously. The Sun (2016)I was lucky to have gone wrong so disastrously at an age when it was possible to put it right. Times, Sunday Times (2010)What has alarmed lawyers, though, is that the arbitration process ended so disastrously. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The GMC found that he had acted outside his competence in two cases that had ended disastrously for the patients. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Her parents' marriage ended disastrously, so the one thing she wants is stability. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The company is billions in debt and, thanks to financial engineering, has gone disastrously wrong. The Sun (2010)If enforced it could backfire disastrously: one tourist shot dead in error would empty the Serengeti of paying guests. Times, Sunday Times (2013)THE condition of four of the six men hospitalised when a drugs trial went disastrously wrong has improved this weekend, doctors said yesterday. Times, Sunday Times (2006)THIS is the moment a rapper's 30ft stage dive went disastrously wrong. The Sun (2013)
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