Drastically [adverb]

Definition of Drastically:


Opposite/Antonyms of Drastically:

Sentence/Example of Drastically:

Xi didn’t provide any specifics on how the country plans to meet those goals or kick its coal habit—but in order to meet the neutrality goal, China needs a drastic cutback on coal.

Even without providing details of the plan, Xi’s announcement asserted China as a global leader in the fight against climate change, signifying that the country is willing to take drastic action to keep global warming to a minimum.

The result is best exemplified by the drastic shift in gain sharing away from workers toward corporate elites, with stockholders and top management eating more of the economic pie.

Because this is such a drastic statement, I can’t imagine the players would agree without some reluctance.

On the other hand, if the initial dose of the virus is small, the immune system is able to contain the virus with less drastic measures.

One of the first items drastically reduced in the local and state budgets was school expenditures.

Your freedom of movement and of communication must remain drastically restricted until this five-year period is over.

And physically, the human race altered just as drastically in an equally short span of time.

No one surely existed more fitted to deal drastically with a scoundrel than he.

By noon one of the battalions of a division had received and dealt drastically with three counterattacks.