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sadly /'sædli/
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Concise Dictionary
'sædlɪ
adv.
+in an unfortunate way
+with sadness; in a sad manner
+in an unfortunate or deplorable manner

Thesaurus Dictionary
adv.
1 unfortunately, alas, unhappily, unluckily, lamentably, regrettably, deplorably, sad to relate:
Sadly, all our oldest oaks were uprooted in the hurricane.
2 unhappily, gloomily, morosely, mournfully, despondently, miserably, wretchedly, dejectedly, dismally, sombrely, lugubriously:
He told me sadly that he did not expect to return to England again.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adverb
1 unfortunately: Sadly, after eight years of marriage they had grown apart.
2 in a sad way: She shook her head sadly.
3 very much and in a way that makes you sad: She will be sadly missed. + They had hoped to win and were sadly disappointed. + If you think I'm going to help you again, you're sadly (= completely) mistaken. + His work has been sadly neglected.


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