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  • adv. Alternative spelling of gruellingly.

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Examples

  • 'TIS THE SEASON - It's been a frustrating, gruelingly partisan, and very weird year in America ...

    HUFFPOST HILL - Dems Beat GOP: Bewildered Nation Blinks, Rubs Eyes

  • When it's less than awesome, as it was last night, with those blah numbers and that gruelingly overplayed gag about Brittany's obsession with Irish exchange student Rory being a leprechaun, we run ourselves ragged clowning on the show, bouncing bashes off one another like a Sue-Burt showdown.

    Watercooler: The Good, the Bad and the Glee

  • And so this is where we are in the gruelingly endless Middle East peace process.

    Mideast "Proximity Talks" -- The Theater of the Absurd

  • Most of Batuman's chapters describe some bizarre trek she gruelingly undertook (easily financed by gullible graduate funders), yet she confoundingly, incongruously speaks against this very form of research early in the book, thus, nothing or everything adding up in the end:

    The Possessed : Academics Going to the Trades

  • Would it make any sense if I described it as gruelingly addictive?

    PvPonline » Archive » OMG ART!

  • Combination therapy is a gruelingly complicated affair that involves taking 15 pills a day -- some alone and others in tandem, some on a full stomach and others on an empty one.

    Sobering Up About Aids

  • For the pilots, the gruelingly long combat cycle affords enough time to build up high levels of visual familiarity and expertise.

    Hunting the Taliban in Las Vegas

  • Nor about the fact that middle class life is now so damn expensive that in most families both parents must work gruelingly long hours just to make ends meet.

    Mommy Madness

  • Nor about the fact that middle-class life is now so damn expensive that in most families both parents must work gruelingly long hours just to make ends meet.

    Mommy Madness

  • Life is but a path of unreason, with small bursts of happiness: The warm embrace of your loved one on a cold night; a cold glass of beer after a long day of drudgery; a perfectly aimed shot, practiced at gruelingly for uncountable amounts of time.

    Archive 2004-12-01

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