- kwa huzuni
(1) she'll be sadly missed by us(2) I am growing sadly accustomed to his disregard for the views of the people of the town.(3) All that was left was the encore - often a dangerous time, where conductors can go sadly astray.(4) His pleasant and unassuming manner endeared him to many and he will be sadly missed by all who knew him.(5) Always a cheerful smile for all he met, he will be sadly missed by his many friends and neighbors.(6) They're so naive, say the chatterers, so innocent and this, sadly , leads them to do such terrible things.(7) Northern Ireland were the last winners of this sadly defunct competition and the elaborate silver cup is in their keeping.(8) The baby in his arms gurgled slightly and he smiled sadly as he looked down at the small little face.(9) I felt sadly let down though by the fact that none of you sent me a card!(10) he smiled sadly(11) sadly, the forests of Sulawesi are now under threat(12) He smiled at me sadly and we followed the carriage with my dad's casket around the town.(13) All this, rather sadly , puts one terrible piece of news in the shade.(14) I had hoped this had gone away, but, sadly , things like this never do.(15) It sensationalised what is sadly a fact of life - any drug can be misused.(16) He sighed sadly to the fact that who he was talking to wasn't really there to listen to him.
(1) sadly :: kwa huzuni
1. unhappily ::
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