Meaning of damagingly in English:

damagingly

Pronunciation /ˈdamɪdʒɪŋli/

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adverb

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‘His failure to grasp the purport and consequences of distinctively philosophical ideas becomes damagingly clear.’
  • ‘The King Canute mentality, which I believe is damagingly ingrained in City Hall, can no longer hold back the tide of change.’
  • ‘The government then intervened, twice, and very damagingly, in the process of primary curriculum reform.’
  • ‘The Government, meanwhile, remains damagingly silent over which areas are accessible and which not.’
  • ‘More damagingly, it has made a mockery of the entire inspection process.’