Running at a low level, the waters of that stream were deplorably dirty.
How deplorably short-sighted are the wise ones of your world.
Knowing as this may sound, I have not yet set foot in the streets, and am deplorably ignorant.
I was drunk, deplorably drunk, and I was bound for the Tivoli.
Unfortunately their fanaticism in other directions was of the deplorably iconoclastic sort.
He was not only innocent, but deplorably—I might even say guiltily—innocent.
We were (p. 111) deplorably short of heavy howitzers, and we were already feeling the lack of artillery ammunition of all sorts.
He was most deplorably drunk, and began to hold on by the table.
A party of us had been drinking wine together, and three or four freshmen were most deplorably intoxicated.
We American women are so deplorably lacking in this kind of experience.