When it comes to crafting a raucous, devastatingly brutal insult, he is a Shakespeare.
But they encouraged runaway speculation, sometimes by commission, but more subtly and devastatingly by determined neglect.
The historical legacy of these stories is devastatingly clear.
Against isolated adversaries, they are devastatingly effective, as long as we understand that they are not long-term solutions.
It turns out poor, devastatingly handsome, AIDS-stricken Ted was Jewish.
It then passed slowly and devastatingly down the hall and drive.
It would be devastatingly produced on the occasion of a row, but Sally rarely quarrelled.
Ellen's marriage broke into Joanna's life quite as devastatingly as Martin's death.
And as for the season—McKellar could not remember such a devastatingly dry August since he was a lad at home.
It is a devastatingly attractive thing—but almost impossible to explain.