How to use Chronically in a sentence
This is basically the situation in many of earth's chronically hungry countries.
You keep saying that, but I think you're chronically frugal.
Start with India, which has more chronically hungry people than any other country.
Harley by this time was losing influence and was becoming chronically incapable of any sustained effort.
White men, who take proper precautions, and are not chronically soaked with cane-spirit, stand the climate perfectly, but the creole whites are still too much caballeros to devote themselves to agricultural work.Advertisement
The district, which was in a chronically disturbed state before the annexation, was not reduced till two years afterwards, many officers losing their lives, among them Phayre, the first deputy-commissioner.
When Tom's chronically late boss punished him for coming in late one day, Tom thought it was total hypocrisy.
Building and the allied trades are chronically brisk, owing to the constant development of the city.
The use of a rapid sequence induction technique needs be balanced against the risks of difficult intubation in chronically ill patients with poor dentition.
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A chronically snoring child should be examined for problems with his or her tonsils and adenoids.
My son has never really been dry although the soiling has got better, he has been chronically constipated since about 4 months old.
They also had slight decreases in glycosylated hemoglobin, a measure of chronically high blood glucose levels.
Governments made a commitment at the 1996 World Food Summit to cut by half the number of chronically hungry people by 2015.
Further evidence to Psychiatrists that the person is chronically ill.Advertisement
This unrelenting, self-referential entertainment left a large part of mankind chronically inebriated and fundamentally uneducable.
This is acutely & chronically inflamed granulation tissue seen within the superficial and middle zone of the ulcer base.
More than 800 million of us are chronically malnourished.
Fuel poverty remains a killer in Britain today despite repeated efforts by government, with older people and the chronically sick at most risk.
At the same time, millions of people living in the country are chronically undernourished (13 ).Advertisement
CareStation videophones are a key technology in providing long-term care to the chronically ill.
At the same time, millions of people living in the country are chronically undernourished (13).
Free books for chronically ill kids can help to brighten a day that is often filled with doctors, nurses, needles, and medicine.
Because parents and hospital caregivers are understandably consumed with the care of a child who is chronically ill, the purchase of extra items, such as toys and books, is often put on hold.
If you have a sick child, know a child who is very ill, or simply want to help chronically ill kids in any way you can, what can you do for that child or children?Advertisement
One of the best alternatives for helping to brighten the day of kids who are sick is to find free books for chronically ill kids.
Community-Book drives are an excellent to build up a large collection of free books for chronically ill kids.
They may also lose the sense of smell and develop a chronically runny nose.
This kind of information, which can be different each day, is extremely hard to remember for someone who is chronically sleep-deprived.
While occasional snoring is generally not serious, individuals who snore chronically should consult a doctor or sleep specialist to rule out sleep apnea.
Your eye care provider needs to know if you have chronically dry eyes so that they can choose lenses for you that will not lose moisture rapidly, leaving you with uncomfortable eyes, imperfect vision, and an empty wallet.
My old female roommate (who chronically plays nothing but Mario Party games for fear that everything else is too hard) actually picked this one up after watching me play and she loved it.
Group B strep (GBS) most often affects pregnant women, infants, the elderly, and chronically ill adults.
Both type 1 and type 2 diabetes share similar symptoms caused by chronically high blood glucose levels.
Children who have chronically bleeding gums, open sores on the gums, or who complain of gum or tooth pain, should see a dentist promptly.
An estimated 1.25 million Americans are chronically infected, of whom 20 to 30 percent acquired their infection in childhood.
There are also day care programs run exclusively for chronically ill children.
The elderly and the chronically ill are at greater risk for secondary infection and other complications, but they can also enjoy a complete recovery.
Women who are chronically stressed or sleep-deprived greatly decrease their chances of becoming pregnant.
If you have yet to purchase a wrist watch for yourself, then I would guess that you are either chronically late, or haven't yet discovered the fun of this long standing fashion fad suitable for everyone.
No one likes to deal with a chronically autocratic, pain-in the-butt twit who thinks he orbits in a more rarefied atmosphere far above any of the sub-par creatures he's forced deal with, crawling thru the slime way down below.
Balance discrepancies often result from injury, chronically poor posture, or structural anatomy.
Some individuals simply have to deal with chronically dehydrated skin, while others may experience dryness only at certain times of the year or as a reaction to some external factor.
By this compact, moreover, the chronically rebellious Jutish nobility lost the support they had hitherto always found in Schleswig-Holstein, and Margaret, free from all fear of domestic sedition, could now give her undivided attention to Sweden, where the mutinous nobles were already in arms against their unpopular king, Albert of Mecklenburg.