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- adv. In a harmful manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a harmful manner.
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- adv. in a detrimental manner
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It is a symptom of the way our culture harmfully conflates "masculinity" and male sexuality with violence, a sense of ownership and oppression of women.
Such messaging has harmfully impacted our communities and the undersigned organizations urge all candidates, political parties, and those who attain office to ensure that civility and inclusion return to the national political discourse.
Compared to harmfully misleading or deliberately deceitful love affairs, the prostitute-client relationship is both forthright and unmessy.
Environmentalists said the factory approach harmfully concentrated pollution from animal waste.
And this is exactly where he, and every other Christian leader who preaches that hell is real, gets it so extraordinarily and harmfully wrong.
The title of his report, "Night of the Living Fed," not only conveys the danger he anticipates from quantitative easing (it's "a play on the traditional scary Halloween season," Reuters explains) but also suggests that the Fed's program will artificially -- and harmfully -- jolt the tepid economy.
Pauses allowed people to communicate more skillfully, perhaps less harmfully.
I am sad to have such tension with some people I would like to count as friends, but the fact is that you are doing something I find deeply, harmfully, and unforgivably wrong.
How was Todd supposed to know that the government was harmfully intervening in the housing market?
That doesn't mean there aren't plenty of regulations that harmfully destroy jobs.