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93 example sentences with  alarmingly

93 example sentences with alarmingly

Subscriptions to the loan began to slacken, alarmingly.

In spite of his efforts the famine lasted for two years; plague spread alarmingly, insomuch that the corpses could not be buried fast enough, and were thrown into the Nile; and it was not till the winter of 971-972 that plenty returned and the pest disappeared.

Kurt had made two guesses, both alarmingly correct.

Though his cheeks were flushed, and eyes alarmingly bright, he was beyond question sober.

Miss Burney continues:'How delightfully bright are his faculties, though the poor and infirm machine that contains them seems alarmingly giving way.

I have reason to believe that she would have mastered this fear, but at that instant Miss Caroline coughed rather alarmingly.

This is the ordinary course of scarlet fever with sore throat; but in many cases the symptoms run still higher, and the disease is alarmingly dangerous from its commencement.

In diseases involving the lungs, bronchial tubes, and the pleura, the rate may be alarmingly increased, and the pulse is quickened in proportion.

It is alarmingly common with those who make a severe demand upon the eyes.

When Mrs. Lorimer arrived about noon on the following day, she found her alarmingly weak, and the nurse in evident perplexity.

Antoinette was delighted to find that her father was recovering his strength, but he was alarmingly quiet and thoughtful.

On an average these were alarmingly low; and that in great measure through the fault of the Roman government, which in this important question was led into the most fearful blunders not so much by its short-sightedness, as by an unpardonable disposition to favour the proletariate of the capital at the expense of the farmers of Italy.

He pressed me hard, but not alarmingly so.

"I don't know how deleteriously it may affect the soap, but as for me I feel myself growing alarmingly conceited.

First, after a few rounds of the bottle, the tongues, which are tired of eulogizing or vituperating the various dishes which had smoked upon the board, gradually begin to be still,soon conversation comes absolutely to a stand,the candles grow alarmingly long in the wick,comparative darkness involves the sage assembly,and first one, then another, drops off into a placid and harmonious repose.

This of all characters upon the earth appears to us to be the one of which there is no hope at all, a character becoming in these days alarmingly abundant; and the aboundance of which makes us find even in a Reineke an inexpressible relief."

But times were changed now; for Di grew alarmingly rigid during the ceremony; Laura received the salute like a grateful queen; and Nan returned it with heart and eyes and tender lips, making such an improvement on the childish fashion of the thing, that John was moved to support his paternal character by softly echoing her father's words,"Take care of yourself, my little 'Martha.'"

[Lady Minto had been and was then alarmingly ill.]

Each female thing had a "grip," and of these possessions they built the desk a mountain of volcanic formation, which looked alarmingly subject to eruptions and upheavals.

I regret, however, to inform you that an outrage of a most aggravated character has been committed, accompanied by a hostile though temporary invasion of our territory, producing the strongest feelings of resentment on the part of our citizens in the neighborhood and on the whole border line, and that the excitement previously existing has been alarmingly increased.

I have news to-day that the Czar is alarmingly ill.

Property in Washington is exceedingly sensitive, the people alarmingly callous.

Poems composed for certain occasions, in the worst sensethat is to say, poems of congratulation and condolence written for money, trivial reflections and mechanical devotion, occupy an alarmingly large space in the lyric of this period.

In vain he pleaded for one more chance to redeem himselffor one more loanQuilp was firm in his refusal of further help, and little Nell found the old man, overcome by the news, lying upon the floor of his room, alarmingly ill.

Mrs. Helm's health began to decline, but she would pay no attention to it, following her usual course and regular routine of household duties; but all in vain; she was taken down, alarmingly ill, and it became apparent to all, that the "king of terrors" had chosen his victim.

Their route to the snow-belt lay through sections of country which had become so soft and oozy that the horses often sank in mire, flank deep; and the streams were so swollen that progress was alarmingly slow.

She reached up her strong white arms (the tulle sleeves did fall away from them rather alarmingly, and Miss Wollaston concentrated her attention on the spiggot of the coffee urn) for his head as he bent over her and pulled it down for a kiss.

There's a letter from Martin Whitney, too, that's almost alarmingly encouraging in its insistence that I mustn't worry.

The tragedy was succeeded by a farce, at which Bessie laughed as heartily as she had wept a little while before, but which was utterly distasteful to Zelma; and at an alarmingly late hour, for that quiet community, the green curtain came heavily plunging down on the final scene of all, and the audience dispersed to their homes.

Toward the autumn he became alarmingly ill.

A sleek, swarthy world-old young man with the fashionable concave torso, and alarmingly convex bone-rimmed glasses.

Lermontoff said that it was a precarious crop, a world luxury, the price of which fluctuated alarmingly.

One by one they disappeared, until the number decreased alarmingly; but no traces of them could be found.

that I would say as "Wake up, gentlemen!"for the new generation of the workers is beyond all question quite alarmingly awake and critical and angry.

Nor are they at all indifferent to art or decorative costume; many of them are alarmingly attached to these things.

The stairs creaked alarmingly.

In the middle of the night, however, the Duc d'Escars suddenly awoke, and found himself alarmingly indisposed.

My cough was increasing alarmingly, and, when I consulted a physician at New York, he advised me to get home and to bed as quickly as I might; so, returning to Boston, I called together the executive committee of the Club to dinner, made my report, drank a glass of champagne to the future lodge, and went to bed in the early stages of pneumonia, which kept me prostrate six weeks.

Lizzy, who had already begun to feel the effects of the morphine, lay motionless, and breathed somewhat heavily, but not alarmingly so.

"A correspondent of The Illustrated Christian Weekly, states that a mother of her acquaintance had a child taken alarmingly ill.

As for John Buzzby, having been absent from home full half-an-hour beyond his usual dinner-hour, he felt that, for a man who had lashed his helm amid-ships, he was yawing alarmingly out of his course; so he spread all the canvas he could carry, and steered right before the wind towards the village, where, in a little whitewashed, low-roofed, one-doored, and two little-windowed cottage, his spouse (and dinner) awaited him.

The newcomer continued to prance alarmingly and to wield his arms as if against an invisible opponent.

He gulped alarmingly as the full knowledge overwhelmed him.

Coughing alarmingly in the first fragrant cloud from his Latakia and Virginia leaf, the Captain beat forth to recover himself on deck.

This spirit of bullying, this resort to violence, had recently become alarmingly frequent among members of Congress, especially as it all came from the pro-slavery party.

On the spot now occupied by the burial grounds formerly stood their college; and here they flourished until the population, originally abundant, diminished so alarmingly, as to induce them to remove to Warwick Lane.

True he was here also, and not merely by scores as battle captives, but alarmingly near, in arms and by thousands.

Miss Munch assented with an alarmingly sweet smile.

He had scarcely reached Florence before he became alarmingly ill with symptoms of a low malaria fever.

The machine, after the manner of motor-cars, took the opportunity of his momentary relaxation of vigilance to skid rather alarmingly in a particularly slippery section of clay road.

Their finances were alarmingly low, and Rod would be giving up a sure though small income, which was now supporting them comfortably.

The forked branch on which he stood swayed alarmingly.

But despite this I slipped out a couple of yards farther, and had almost gotten to the knotted lasso, when the branch swayed and bent alarmingly.

She had kicked alarmingly when the salt was laid on her tongue, and squalled under the deluge of water which gave her her name and also wet Chonita's sleeve.

A run for gold,bullion in the Bank again alarmingly reduced.

In the beginning of the affray he had brought his mule alongside of the headmost wagon, and there he had done really valuable service by blazing away alarmingly, though quite innocuously, at the gallopading enemy.

An hour later Coronado returned at a full run, to find the old man just recovering his senses and Clara alarmingly ill.

In Herbert Hamilton's parish the mortality was dreadful, and his duties were consequently increased, painfully to himself and alarmingly to his family.

That the prevailing standard of piety, among the professed people of God, is alarmingly low; that a tide of worldliness is setting in upon us, indicating the rapid approach of an era, such as is foretold by Paul in his second letter to Timothy, in the words, "In the last days perilous times shall come.

A fortnight after the quarrel with her nephew, she became alarmingly ill.

These are problems for the leaders, who have the further task of keeping the population hopeful on an alarmingly decreasing diet.

He endeavored, by forced labor and rigorous peonage, not only to avail himself of their needed services, but also to crush their spirit and by force to hold in subjection the alarmingly large serf class which was found at this time in the land of Egypt.

ā€œNot alarmingly prevalent, I understand.

"Alarmingly, across the nation, we see the devastating effects of the President's campaign to sabotage the election by manipulating the Postal Service to disenfranchise voters," she wrote in a letter to her caucus on Sunday.

Alarmingly, it found that the virus seems to spread better in summery weather, with an optimum temperature of 19ĖšC, humidity of 75 per cent and less than 30 millimetres of monthly rain.

Alarmingly, there are opioids in circulation that are even more dangerous than fentanyl.

Ford literally begged Windsor-Essex farmers to test their workers ā€” who when tested show an alarmingly high rate of infection of over 10 per cent.

His fiction exhibits an alarmingly masterful grasp of language that effectively haunts readers and chills them to the core.

How alarmingly true and scary!

In a biting decision issued Monday in California, U.S. District Judge William Alsup said the department has been denying claims using template letters that are ā€œalarmingly curt.ā€

In the mid-1980s alarmingly low levels of ozone were discovered in the stratosphere over Antarctica.

ā€œMost alarmingly he said he was drinking because he had a sore head and that he was driving because he couldnā€™t walk far,ā€ Judge Kevin Phillips told the Dunedin District Court yesterday.

Most alarmingly of all, it was an inside job.

Prior to the pandemic, violence against women was already alarmingly high, with nearly one in five women (18 per cent) experiencing violence in the past 12 months at the hands of an intimate male partner.

A recent change recommended to one bill to say cities ā€œmayā€ vs ā€œmustā€ is alarmingly more likely to increase the chance of this bill passing now.

Thatā€™s the day a monstrous 1,100 foot wide is going to go zooming by Earth at a rather alarmingly close distance from the planet.

The rapper that he tried to counter her argument about the trans community and the alarmingly high suicide rate by talking about issues, such as police brutality, impacting the Black community.

UN said the ā€œalarminglyā€ high number of people with eye injuries suggests the weapons have been used ā€œimproperly and indiscriminately against international principlesā€.

With Michael B. Jordan ā€” Hollywoodā€™s go-to black protagonist ā€” as the lead, we, as an audience, are taken into the deep south of Alabama to be immediately placed in the environment where black men faced death row at an alarmingly high rate.

Alarmingly, 41% of women who had experienced online abuse or harassment said that on at least one occasion, these online experiences made them feel that their physical safety was threatened.

Alarmingly, Brunner often sought after young women, either pregnant or with infants, to join these carloads.

And alarmingly, evidence emerged last year to suggest that even Shellā€™s own contractors may be involved in oil theft.

And, alarmingly for any serious public health expert, a lot of public health experts went along with the scam.

It was an alarmingly long list, and unfortunately for the families' sake, supports the theory of long-term health effects.

More alarmingly, even on the Solaris fileserver would report this (as an error).

More alarmingly, Stewartā€™s vehicle was struck by two rocks in as many weeks.

Most alarmingly, McHale and other members of his group are planning to run a slate of candidates in the upcoming municipal elections in November of 2010.

Switching on 2FA this early feels alarmingly like jumping into the deep end.

The barometric pressure had dropped a bit but not alarmingly.

The heavy rain made our footing slippery, but more alarmingly, there were lightning strikes nearby.

The version of Android it supported became outdated alarmingly fast, along with some apps' ability to run on it.

Unfortunately, as much as I am very fond of the member for Calgary Shepard, much of what was in his speech was alarmingly not about the Canada-Madagascar treaty.

We want to assure that wherever possible--and alarmingly enough, we have some statistics from the agency that indicate that some very young children are in hotels for very extended periods of time.