from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a chronic manner, or to a chronic degree
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a chronic manner; hence, continually; perpetually; always: as, a chronically discontented man.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a habitual and longstanding manner
- adv. in a slowly developing and long lasting manner
EARECKSON TADA: Well, I'm what they call chronically disabled.
Denying other educational options to children stuck in chronically failing schools is legalized cruelty.
Nutritional status assessment in chronically ill children
Both Clinton and Gates have pushed for more funding for what they call a chronically underfunded State Department.
The study was conducted in what the researchers called a chronically undernourished population; vitamin A supplementation might have a smaller effect among healthier demographics.
Overall, the 1970s were characterized by chronically poor economic performance.
Unlike the acute person who "Finds God" in a panic during a passing time of trouble, these former long term chronically ill transplant people have seen the failure of God prayer and religion in their lives.
Catholic Charities, said the public's perception is that Marian House mostly caters to the lost souls we refer to as the chronically homeless.
However, lungs from a long-term chronically treated
She claims that those not participating in Care Not Cash, which includes many who are not identified as chronically homeless, can no longer get into shelters.