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desgraciadamente in English:

1. sadly sadly

Sadly, his dream didn't come true.
Smiling sadly, she began to talk.
He used to love me, she answered sadly.
She smiled sadly.
Sadly, many Japanese people died.
Sadly, after eight years of marriage they had grown apart. They had hoped to win and were sadly disappointed.
Sadly, my cat has gone away somewhere.
Sadly many people will believe things told to them via an email which they would find implausible face-to-face.
Batten doors are sadly falling out of fashion.
Even the most graceful and imposing existing buildings may now be so sadly diminished as to seem slightly ridiculous beside the monster.
Yesterday I bought a dog. Sadly my aunt cooked it for dinner.
The girl had big boobs but sadly she was one sandwich short of a picnic.
Liza was uncommonly good at remembering customers' orders, which, sadly, kept her out of any managerial positions.

English word "desgraciadamente"(sadly) occurs in sets:

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