Examples of sorely in a Sentence
You will be sorely missed.
She provided some sorely needed help.
The house is sorely in need of paint.
He is sorely lacking in social skills.
Recent Examples of sorely from the Web
His leadership and artistic vision will be sorely missed by everyone who is associated with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra.
Coping with unfriending or unfollowing is essentially about learning to live with rejection, a life skill that's rarely taught but sorely needed.
Education reform — so sorely needed — is not a focus in our culture, in too many of our communities, and in too many of our governments.
Charlotte sorely needed good live theater back then, which was a valid reason to stay.
There’s no doubt the fifth-round pick added an explosive layer to a unit that sorely needed it.
The bill is practical, a quality sorely needed in the HOA governance world.
With letters from everyone from Barbra Streisand to Selena Gomez to Britney Spears (who wrote hers by hand) to RuPaul to Adam Lambert, the love letters fostered solidarity and acceptance in a year where it was sorely needed.
In those places, a cheap, convenient way to get to the closest train or bus or into city centers is often sorely needed.
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a lot, as all get-out, good and;
SORELY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sorely for English Language Learners
: very much
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