- wasteful + -ly (Wiktionary)
“In sum, if forms that should have been filled out in triplicate were, wastefully, filled out in quadruplicate, or alternatively, filled out malfeasantly in duplicate, I will leave no stone unturned to identify the culprits.”
“It just expends your energy wastefully—purposelessly.”
“Davis saved from Beckford, and the Leicester substitute Nathan Delfouneso, signed on loan from Aston Villa, blazed over before Lee Holmes was wastefully wide late on to sum up Saints' night.”
“We decided not to institute an autumn mass advertising campaign to encourage flu vaccination, because this would have wastefully focused on the entire population when only at-risk groups are being invited for vaccination," Lansley said.”
“Does “driving normally” mean “driving wastefully”?”
“To him slogging is "going cocoa" while Australia's habit of wastefully sticking to a middle-stump line was because they were "straining to get poles", or guilelessly only interested in bowling batsmen out.”
“Research by the Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care documents that, on average, more than 40% of Americans are not receiving the care most likely to help them and that, even when they do, it is often provided wastefully.”
“Either I must throw overboard all my old values of money and look upon it as something to be flung about wastefully, or I must throw overboard my comradeship with these men whose peculiar quirks made them like strong drink.”
“A steward is respectful of his charge and does not abuse it or use it wastefully.”
“In Craig Noone and Ashley Barnes they boast attackers who glide menacingly into areas defenders detest, the latter skying wastefully over the bar in the opening exchanges after Craig Mackail-Smith's shot had been palmed out by Keiren Westwood.”
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