All Adverb
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  • However, there are many people who look negatively on this new development.
  • However, subjects who played a violent game thought more negatively about the products than others.
  • People will be negatively affected if they don't live up to their personal standards.
  • The film was negatively received by critics but was a box office success.
  • Working in positive game may work negatively also is depending on the data of the two.
  • Many modern critics have referred negatively to his on-air work.
  • The film was a slight box office success and was negatively received by critics upon release.
  • The film was negatively received by critics with her performance receiving mixed reviews.
  • Soon after, his work was received negatively by several influential literary critics.
  • Although dissatisfaction is more common in women, men are becoming more negatively affected than women.
  • When a player sees another player, they can shoot or otherwise negatively affect them.
  • In some cases, the emphasis on primary education has negatively affected secondary and post-secondary education.
  • His long absence from the sport, however, did not seem to affect his playing negatively.
  • This extra boat traffic will also negatively affect the birds on the coast.
  • There have been numerous cases where employees have lost jobs because their opinions represented their companies negatively.
  • If a team does not make their bid their point total is negatively affected by the bid amount.
  • Her friends at church reacted negatively to her role, making her lose faith in the church.
  • The film was negatively received, but became a financial success.
  • While the book was not received negatively, it did not create the expected stir.
  • The film was negatively received but was a moderate box office success.
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Meaning of negatively

  • adverb In a harmful manner
    he was negatively affected
  • adverb In a negative way
    he was negatively inclined