Cruelly [adverb]

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Sentence/Example of Cruelly:

I think that kids are cruel and their cruelty sort of grows in scope and scale as their hormones start to shift.

It’s a cruel irony that the things that make a restaurant appealing are precisely what currently make it dangerous—the intimacy, the coziness, the groups of people deep in conversation, whiling away the hours over drinks and a meal.

The President said things about your late husband that were cruel.

Italy without its beloved calcetto—pickup soccer game—would have seemed a cruel and unusual punishment not long ago.

What’s most cruel to me about this is that we have a program we could update and help fix this, but we keep looking the other way.

Indeed, the case could enable the Court’s new Republican majority to drastically roll back much of the Constitution’s protections against cruel and unusual punishment.

He didn't want my father to marry my mother, and if he found us he would treat us cruelly.

The ministers who advised this step, acted cruelly towards the government they left behind.

Accordingly, the record of this hard-fighting soldier of the Empire has been cruelly buried in ridicule.

Bascomb spurred his tired horse cruelly, and they got past Hot Springs at a fairly good gait.