In the meantime, tragically, more people continue losing their lives in a conflict where 130,000 people have perished already.
And so, logically enough, they screwed it up, and tragically.
tragically, the beloved Montgomery lost her battle with cancer at the end of May.
Dec. 21st 2013 4:00 PM — Ned Vizzini was a gifted young-adult novelist who tragically took his own life Friday at the age of 32.
British and American forces train together, fight together and, tragically, some are wounded and some die together.
He spread two trembling hands and tragically announced, "I'm ruined."
The dying man opened his eyes and looked at Rodwell sadly and tragically.
By what ways, ludicrous and tragically comic, this sentimental progression was achieved is here set down in reverent reminiscence.
“We shall think her lovely in another week,” said Mellicent tragically.
Did she not owe it to him to let him know that a reward—though such a tragically belated one—had at last come to him?
1540s, "calamitous, disastrous, fatal," shortened from tragical (late 15c.), modeled on Latin tragicus, from Greek tragikos "of or pertaining to tragedy," literally "of or pertaining to a goat," and probably referring to a satyr impersonated by a goat singer or satyric actor (see tragedy). Tragic flaw (1913) translates Greek hamartia.