Examples of calamitous in a Sentence
the calamitous state of the nation's economy
a calamitous decision to sell their products online exclusively ruined the business
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By that point, Kemp was more calamitous contract than viable player—a walking $43 million expenditure whose salary was scattered across the ledgers of the Dodgers, Padres and Braves.
Joe didn't know about the calamitous crack between the windshield and the hood until a seam in the sky split open in the Cuyamaca Mountains between San Diego and Yuma and sheets of rainwater gushed into the car and soaked our feet.
Since then, calamitous injury, glorious debuts and several key comings and goings have roiled the rosters of both playoff contenders, leaving, well, plenty of oddities heading into the mini-game at Nationals Park.
However, the sheer size of the country’s population means even a slight increase in radicalized individuals could have calamitous consequences.
Massimiliano Allegri's side will be hoping to forget the calamitous second half display against Spurs, as all their focus now will be on closing the gap on Serie A leaders Napoli.
The bathroom stalls, meanwhile, where Gigi Hadid and Lily Aldridge are seen freshening up, were so realistic that between takes one of the extras used one of the prop toilets, with predictably calamitous results.
This was Year 2 of 3 in what turned out to be, from a roster-building standpoint, the calamitous Chip Kelly Era.
Drones are already used by fire brigades; some helped to survey for damage at Grenfell Tower after the calamitous fire last year.
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CALAMITOUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of calamitous for English Language Learners
: causing great harm or suffering
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