Meaning of damningly in English:

damningly

adverb

See damning

  • ‘What his comments illustrate most clearly, and most damningly, is a depth of arrogance that could go some way towards explaining just why Britain's swimmers have under-performed.’
  • ‘Chaytor concludes, damningly, that a university system financed wholly or largely out of general taxation can only ever be a system designed for an elite.’
  • ‘Most damningly of all, it is alleged that up to six new councillors are heavily in debt on their council tax and voting illegally in the chamber.’
  • ‘More damningly, he seems incapable of engendering either passion or pride in his charges.’
  • ‘As unusual and fascinating as it is, theirs is a music with no center at all, and it's this which most damningly exposes its hollow core.’