Examples of mercifully in a Sentence
His crimes have been dealt with mercifully.
Mercifully, the professor always makes our tests easy.
Recent Examples of mercifully from the Web
When the season is mercifully over, the Mavs will have earned the lottery pick they will be handed in May. The Mavs have not made the playoffs since 2016.
The talk over lunch is still heavy on weather and grandchildren, and mercifully light on politics.
And Peyton started the game as if to mercifully end the Saints’ dream quickly, driving Indy to a 10-0 lead on the first two possessions.
Hereditary hits theaters nationwide mercifully soon, on June 8.
Increasingly and mercifully, writers and editors are discovering that their actual economic value lies not in countless page views, but in a relationship between readers and writers.
All three rovers are still active to this day, though mercifully the scientists’ schedules are much more conventional now that the primary mission directives have been accomplished.
Otherwise, the action went on non-stop until Kaiser—who used to choreograph music videos for Shakira and therefore can dance for days—mercifully dismissed everyone.
But Kalanick, who mercifully stepped down this year, also presided over a company where harassment flourished both in the office and in the cars.
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