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  1. chronically, inveterateadverb

    in a habitual and longstanding manner

    "smoking chronically"

  2. chronicallyadverb

    in a slowly developing and long lasting manner

    "chronically ill persons"


  1. chronicallyadverb

    In a chronic manner, or to a chronic degree

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of chronically in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of chronically in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of chronically in a Sentence

  1. Mark Krockenberger:

    Once they're chronically infected, they're often able to live reasonably happily, they just can't breed.

  2. Arturo Forner-Cordero:

    Compensating for sleep could be an important strategy, for instance, for those who are chronically sleep-deprived, like shift workers, clinicians, and some military personnel, if they build in regular sleep compensation, they might have better control over their gait.

  3. Neda Gould:

    Anger is a form of stress, and so when we hold on to anger it is as though we are turning on the body's stress response, or fight or flight response, chronically. We know that turning on this response chronically leads to wear and tear on the body, it may not be surprising that when we engage in the act of forgiveness, we can begin to turn off the stress response and the physiological changes that accompany it.

  4. Meredith Raimondi:

    It is a perfect storm. It is really highlighting the barriers that Indian country faces every day, it is so chronically underfunded that everyone is starting from beyond. States are trying to play catch up and tribes are playing double catching up.

  5. Marshall Gittler:

    The euro has not been able to sustain any rallies this year and so looks chronically weak.

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    an unpleasant or disastrous destiny
    • A. doom
    • B. distinguish
    • C. fudge
    • D. conform

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