Definition of Direly. Meaning of Direly. Synonyms of Direly

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Definition of Direly

Direly
Direly Dire"ly, adv. In a dire manner. --Drayton.

Meaning of Direly from wikipedia

- carthage's offer to surrender everything in sicily except for lilybaeum, which they direly needed if they sought to keep their hold on sardinia .
- in an article for salon entitled 'five direly underappreciated u.s. novels 1960 wallace also wrote a long review of the novel detailing
- much the high point of experimental fiction in this country' in an article for salon entitled 'five direly underappreciated u.s. novels 1960
- revival of hong kong cinema which at the time was considered to be direly lacking in creativity. miramax films acquired the united states
- , helmet s with complicated cables that run to a central system and a tendency to direly malfunction before their effects can be reversed.
- no governmental programs have been in place to replenish reindeer herds with animals from siberia , direly endangering the dukha way of life.
- any news story, no matter how direly important, can quickly get sidetracked when he begins to talk about his three emmy s, his high
- 'someday there's going to be a war between telepaths and mundanes, stephen,' she predicts direly. within the series the term 'mundane' is
- the dramatic tragedy that mitc****'s prose so direly portends is disappointingly tame, and the titillation doesn't go beyond searing smooches.
- defeated, but charles (who had also matured and distanced himself from his earlier advisers) realized that the council direly needed reform.
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