Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a suicidal manner.
- adv. In a suicidal fashion.
“A suicidally depressed teen handsome Keir Gilchrist checks himself into the psych ward of a hospital and must stay there for a week to be evaluated.”
“He could, however, if he felt like being suicidally vindictive, attempt to legally take on those who leaked his personal transmissions to the press.”
“Drug dealing (and use) is probably a bit different — identical levels of ‘criminality’ can be relatively safe for a levelheaded hooligan, and suicidally risky for one more out of control.”
“Strangely, once I got used to living in Uzbekistan and got over that fear I found I was suicidally miserable.”
“Yet his output is not a 3,000 page suicide note, and even in the darkest corners of these fecund and exuberant works we can find no more evidence of the suicidally depressed individual Wallace evidently became than we can detect the impoverished and out-of-favor Mozart in his own exuberant late works.”
“Aside from the “suicidally depressing” part, details on this new feature are kind of thin.”
“In just 30 minutes we were nearly wiped out twice by idiots in 4x4s carrying out suicidally dangerous overtaking maneouvres on the oncoming traffic.”
“Harris seemed to feel superior to everyone — he once wrote, "I feel like God and I wish I was, having everyone being OFFICIALLY lower than me" — while Klebold was suicidally depressed and getting angrier all the time.”
“A suicidally depressed teen (handsome Keir Gilchrist) checks himself into the psych ward of a hospital and must stay there for a week to be evaluated.”
“The challenge for Burns was always going to be to discourage the almost suicidally brave Katsidis and, coming out of a tight guard on the ropes, he sunk several solid shots to ribs and head, confirming an increase in power since abandoning his super-featherweight title.”
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