In doing so, he is negatively impacting shareholders in both of those companies.
Can you give specific examples of how this could negatively impact Americans?
The possibility that our missing that scene might negatively impact the overall movie made him literally beside himself.
But Obama has his eye on the big picture, and the health of the economy would be negatively affected by draconian spending cuts.
I apologize to MSNBC and to anyone who has been negatively affected by my actions.
Like the drunkard in his cups the intoxication makes him forget, and he is negatively happy.
She moved her rigidly set face from left to right, negatively.
May be predicated in like manner (affirmatively or negatively) of the latter term (or part of it).
He just raised his head when I looked in and shook it negatively, pursing up his lips.
We found that even the epigan Chologaster is negatively heliotropic.
c.1400, "expressing denial," from Old French negatif (13c.) and directly from Latin negativus "that which denies," from negat-, past participle stem of negare "deny, say no" (see deny). Meaning "expressing negation" is from c.1500; that of "characterized by absence" is from 1560s. Algebraic sense is from 1670s. The electricity sense is from 1755.
Negative Capability, that is when a man is capable of being in uncertainties, Mysteries, doubts without any irritable reaching after fact and reason. [John Keats, letter, Dec. 21, 1817]Related: Negatively.
late 14c., "a prohibition; absence, nonexistence; opposite," from Old French negatif and directly from Latin negativus (see negative (adj.)). Meaning "a negative statement" is from 1560s. As a response, "I refuse, disagree, no," from 1945. Meaning "a negative quality" is from 1640s. In mathematics, "a negative number," from 1706. Photographic sense first recorded 1853.
negative neg·a·tive (něg'ə-tĭv)
Expressing, containing, or consisting of a negation, refusal, or denial.
Marked by failure of response or absence of a reaction.
Not indicating the presence of microorganisms, disease, or a specific condition.
Moving or turning away from a stimulus, such as light.
Relating to or designating an electric charge of the same sign as that of an electron.
A negative element in judgment; a minus: ''drove up Dukakis' negatives'' in voter surveys (1647+)