His fascism bequeathed an example that was disastrously emulated across Europe - and that led in turn to another terrible war.
He even probably considers him a threat to the country in a certain kind of way—because his policies are disastrously wrongheaded.
Almost everything in the Middle East is now being defined along sectarian lines, and disastrously so.
Politically he achieved his aim of revising the map of middle Europe so disastrously drawn at Yalta.
What was a surprise was the state of its pension fund, which was disastrously underfunded.
Pope had been disastrously defeated, and the second campaign against Richmond was one of the worst failures conceivable.
The new exclusion, if adopted, could hardly work other than disastrously.
Their son Donald was made regent in July 1332, but was disastrously defeated and slain at Dupplin next month.
"The hospital was disastrously the loser, in any case," he remarked.
But it is as disastrously long-sighted to be interested only in what is prehistoric.