In recent years, the court has drastically scaled back the ability of federal courts to second-guess state court convictions.
The stream of revenue that these families produce is declining, drastically and daily.
Last year, Texas drastically cut its family-planning funding, the same way Mitt Romney says he would cut federal funding.
Though membership has drastically declined, there are now more union members in the public sector than in the private sector.
Perry believes slashing spending this drastically would put the U.S. on track to balance its budget by 2020.
In accordance with the drastically conclusive methods of the age, the number of prisoners was small by comparison.
Mechanization most drastically altered life on the family farm.
Supposing Aunt M'riar was to go up and collar Dave and fetch him down, drastically!
He wanted to terrify Aileen if he could—to reform her drastically.
Probability gets so drastically changed that the violent thing you're trying to do becomes something that can't happen.
1690s, originally medical, "forceful, vigorous, especially in effect on bowels," from Greek drastikos "effective, efficacious; active, violent," from drasteon "(thing) to be done," from dran "to do, act, perform." Sense of "extreme, severe" is first recorded 1808. Related: Drastically.