George walked on with them, desolately aware of many factors of his life gone awry.
"We are now about to get all the news of the neighbourhood," she said desolately.
She stayed all day in a flat, desolately quiet, waiting for one moment when the dearest and best came home.
I could not prompt him to go on, but he presently did so himself, desolately enough.
"I know that you will do whatever you have made up your mind to do," said Lucian, desolately.
"The house won't be like a home without you," said he desolately.
Notwithstanding a night as delightful as could be imagined, to-day it rained nearly all day most desolately.
The square was silent; desolately silent, as only a suburban square can be.
Joy got the train with a desolately long interval of waiting at the station.
For, methinks, I have been kept a great while from you, desolately alone.
late 14c., from desolate (adj.). Related: Desolated; desolating.