badly in a sentence
Example sentences for badly
It is a certain effort to read a story, however touching, that is disconnected and badly related.
It occurs in badly nourished people, or in those who have become emaciated from any cause.
They were in many ways well treated, but they were never treated as equals, and they were sometimes treated badly.
Any corporation which seeks its profit in such fashion is acting badly.
Many small stinging bees were with them, which stung badly.
If matters go badly now, they will not always be so.
The metaphor of the perfect storm is badly overworked.
New initiatives to rein in costs and increase revenue are badly needed.
When males get together in groups, they often act badly.
There are a zillion good ways to start a book well, and even more ways to do it badly.
Behind us, the dazed dog struggles to its feet, limping badly.
They were the pride of their units and it was acknowledged that they provided the morale boosting so badly needed.
Evolution is flawed so badly from its fundamental structure, that it itself requires faith to believe in it.
The nation's political and military leaders badly needed a gaudy victory to restore public morale and their own reputations.
It's not an easy task and many a hunter has spoiled the meat by a badly placed shot or improper gutting.
Even when they were accompanying a professional, bad singers still sang badly.
They need it badly lest injustice prevail otherwise.
We could produce cheap electricity and at the same time create millions of badly needed jobs.
Oh, sorry, forgot: alcohol can react badly with many medications.
These badly written, hastily signed forms are meaningless or worse, health literacy experts say.
He also had found a jaw in which conical teeth appeared to have rested in sockets, in addition to a badly damaged skull.
It badly pollutes water and air and catches fire easily.
Sometimes you want something so badly it hurts, usually something that someone else has.
They are so badly damaged that they have a difficult time carrying chemical signals, or neurotransmitters, from neuron to neuron.
It was so badly designed and coded that it couldn't be tested and had to be rewritten.
And it suggests, surprisingly, that offering material incentives in exchange for sacred values may backfire badly.
When he beat her so badly she thought she might die, she escaped to seek a neighbor's help.
He was shot in the back with an arrow and was also badly cut on one hand.
Water budgets are badly out of balance, throwing many regions into water debt.
Others have been badly wounded after being charged unprovoked.
Local mechanisms for conflict resolution were badly damaged.
But if the president can't turn things around, that logic could prove badly outdated.
The reluctance of the telecom companies bodes badly for the future.
Most of us would have to be really badly off to go get that.
Yes, the corn market has been badly distorted over decades by farm subsidies.
It's meant to make browsers more interoperable, particularly in the way they handle badly written code.
After all, if they want it so badly, let them help you invent it.
His upper body and half his face were badly burned, his hair gone and his eardrums ruptured.
But the tube is already badly overcrowded at peak hours and can only get worse in the near term.
So have foreign housemaids, for badly influencing children in their care.
Your vital ally is cross with you and behaving badly.
The government still supplies almost everything, and does it badly.
Finally, this material was badly translated into several languages successively.
Senescence helps contain cells so badly damaged that they could turn into cancers.
The creature never recovered from a badly broken right fibula, the small bone of the lower leg.
Probably my biggest beef with them is that the visual art is inaccurate or used badly.
Inside was the wood coffin, badly deteriorated, covered with remnants of blue beaded cloth.
So many of these papers simply aren't funny, or are so badly designed that the results are essentially meaningless.
The test is badly conceived and the questions ill-posed.
They will need those skills badly in the nearest future.
Create cheap clean energy, new badly needed green jobs, and reduce our dependence on foreign oil.
There are people who dress badly and people who dress inappropriately.
They are what they are, and they put things into badly needed perspective.
And by the time they reached the drive-ins and dollar cinemas, the films were often badly scratched, with entire scenes missing.
The bankers behaved badly, so their jets were taken away.
He looked as if he badly didn't desire to cooperate.
He had a graduate degree in art history, and he liked to draw, though he did it badly.
That's an appropriately tortured construction for two badly managed occupations.
The patient's face would become badly swollen, the pain acute.
He stared down at the gray, badly cracked flags of the kitchen floor, waiting for a response.
People simply blurt out scathing remarks or behave badly, so there's little power in the various revelations and betrayals.
Tom's flat was a kip, and the bed sagged badly in the middle.
Because his body was never broken, his vehicle was not badly crashed.
Now drinks heavily, and never works unless he wants a drink badly.
So were thousands of southern blacks who needed that protection, and needed it badly.
Accountability has been badly undermined, and the need for supervision and regulation has become much stronger.
There remained little acknowledgment even that the case was being badly handled, rendered unnecessarily inflammatory.
Intolerable to be thought of badly for a minute, even for a moment.
When the bodies were finally exhumed, almost two weeks after the murders, they were discovered to have been badly defaced.
He said his jaw had been broken, badly enough that he still has trouble eating.
And it gave him the opportunity, which he badly needed, to become a figure of authority.
If the war goes badly in the initial phases, the macroeconomic outcome could quickly turn sour.
Even good corrections officers feel embattled by dangerous inmates who badly outnumber them.
The families that had been dispossessed to make way for the capital city did not do too badly.
Science, on the other hand, both rose to the occasion and failed badly.
They show him as awkward and badly armed, or perhaps both.
Schoolteachers are overwhelmingly badly paid and frustrated by the tight control of the school system.
The army did its work badly: it suffered losses from its own artillery fire and its own air strikes.
Someone with a disability should not be treated badly while at work.
Anything becomes valuable if someone wants it badly enough.