I had expected Alaska to be miserably cold, with howling winds and fierce storms.
She knew she had made the right marriage when she lost the election, miserably.
So, miserably, he resorted to the autocue, and even this he turned into a disaster.
But Bennett, a religious IDF commander and self-made multimillionaire, failed us miserably on two leadership issues.
And, crucially, what next for these so-called lost women, for the lost girls who have been failed so miserably?
We passed the night miserably wet and cold, and in the morning I heard heavy complaints of our deplorable situation.
"Let me see," said I—and we mounted a miserably dim staircase.
Suddenly the girl felt very old and experienced, and miserably wise in the ways of the world.
"He is in the clutches of the Holy Office," answered Cavalcanti miserably.
In these, to him, strange habiliments, he looked so miserably uncomfortable that I could not help pitying him.
early 15c., "full of misery, causing wretchedness" (of conditions), from Old French miserable "prone to pity, merciful," and directly from Latin miserabilis "pitiable, miserable, deplorable, lamentable," from miserari "to pity, lament, deplore," from miser "wretched" (see miser). Of persons, "existing in a state of misery" it is attested from 1520s.