chronically

All Adverb Noun
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  • The chronically bad master, however, was at all times and under all circumstances under the ban of a just public sentiment. Cited from The Journal of Negro History, Volume 3, 1918, by Various
  • It would appear from the above, that chronically ill persons are better cared for by primary care physicians.
  • No studies have been published involving human subjects chronically exposed to imidacloprid.
  • She guided him in building up his chronically undernourished body, and taught him better body control and posture.
  • Hypertrophy of the right side of the heart will occur when the right side of the heart chronically contracts against higher pressure.
  • The district is identified as a turnaround district due to chronically poor academic achievement of its students.
  • Everybody in her household is tired out with her demands, and she herself is ill, chronically ill. Cited from Nerves and Common Sense, by Annie Payson Call
  • That episode she met a chronically ill girl named Miyuki and attempted to cheer up.
  • The nurse may be privy to some of these help that the chronically ill can benefit from.
  • Chronically ill patients account for over half of family physicians visits.
  • Care for those that are chronically ill is irregular, so there are not many facilities that can provide adequate care.
  • These units were chronically undermanned and ill-equipped throughout the war and did not serve overseas.
  • Employers who offer a below market wage will find that their business is chronically understaffed.
  • You are chronically devoted to one or other of us, my beloved Pagan! Cited from The Great Amulet, by Maud Diver
  • The district is identified as a turnaround district due to the chronically low academic achievement of its students.
  • There is some question as to whether he died from an accidental shot, or whether the chronically depressed artist took his own life.
  • North China is chronically short of water and subject to frequent droughts.
  • The British Army, Red Cross and essential German services were chronically short of light vehicles.
  • Jones worked alone in the wards with the chronically mentally ill, eight hours a day, six days a week.
  • Heaviside was chronically poor, making his refusal of the offer even more striking.
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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