- problematic + -ally (Wiktionary)
“Still later as the Iranian president walked into his press conference, clueless, young (all White by the way) UN workers stood and hissed, accusing him of "racism" (a term problematically applied in this case).”
“What this could well represent, more problematically, is the future form of abuse of the initiative process in our state.”
“Emmett became a folk hero in the North, with performances in his honor at the Academy of Music and Grand Opera House in Chicago, and, more problematically, in the South.”
“More problematically, like China, India lacks an official definition of what counts as development assistance.”
“What I wonder about, what has plagued me for all 69 days is this: Who on earth could last peacefully and non-problematically for 69 hours let alone days, in 90 degree heat, under such grim and punishing circumstances?”
“Far more problematically, it is the public good that an institution of higher education must stand for, in everything it does.”
“More problematically, the CSK has the added requirement that such writers and illustrators only be encouraged, in this instance, to write about black subjects, which to my mind contradicts the criteria that winning books "promote understanding and appreciation of the culture of all peoples and their contribution to the realization of the American dream.”
“The government (increasely and problematically meaning the prime minister) can do pretty much whatever they want and with the government being in the commons and the members of the majority party there mainly wanting join to it the commons will never check them.”
“It's the background that is problematically unfinished.”
“Maggie Koerth-Baker discovers how scientists figured out that CO2 makes ivy grow incredibly fast ... and problematically poisonous.”
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