All Adverb Noun
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  • She is chronically ill which often causes her to miss school for long periods of time.
  • They live with their mother, who has been chronically ill and is bed-ridden.
  • How can a man know what is good or best for him, and yet chronically fail to act upon his knowledge? Cited from Ethics, by Aristotle
  • If they are sick more often than that, they are moving toward the chronically ill category. Cited from How and When to Be Your Own Doctor,Moser & Solomon
  • Unfortunately, the needs of those chronically ill are not met by far in most existing health care services.
  • One would require at least half the faculty in a chronically poor performing school be dismissed.
  • Elsie has them chronically, but the rest of us are up and down. Cited from A Houseful of Girls, by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
  • She was chronically ill as a child and spent much of her time reading literature of the fantastic.
  • He sets out to steal money for his chronically ill daughter.
  • Initially she works in a ward of chronically ill men.
  • A local spot or short stretch of the trail may be chronically wet.
  • No man chronically neglects any one of the above rules without reducing his industrial efficiency. Cited from Civics and Health, by William H. Allen
  • Corticosteroids can have very bad side effects if given chronically.
  • The chronically ill person has a long-term degenerative condition that is not immediately life threatening. Cited from How and When to Be Your Own Doctor,Moser & Solomon
  • Study yourself a little, and see whether you find yourself chronically in a hurry or not. Cited from Nerves and Common Sense, by Annie Payson Call
  • Chronically stressed individuals may therefore be less likely to be able to prioritise their health.
  • She also works with Coach Art, a charity offering free athletic and arts training to chronically ill children.
  • The song focuses on a city with chronically bad weather, and poor icy road conditions.
  • She later worked as a music therapist, with chronically ill children.
  • Some organs of the body show greater risk of cancer when they are chronically inflamed.
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Meaning of chronically

  • adverb In a habitual and longstanding manner
    smoking chronically
  • adverb In a slowly developing and long lasting manner
    chronically ill persons