- 美[dɪˈplɔrəbəl, -ˈplor-]
- adj.糟透的，可叹的，可悲的; 应受谴责的; 破旧的
- 副词: deplorably;
The matter in your essay is excellent but the style is deplorable.
It is deplorable that anyone should come between a child and its parents.
The family lived in a deplorable slum.
The name Feindflug consequently stands for the need, that people about deplorable state of this world!
Such forwardness is deplorable.
The soldier's actions were deplorable.
I recently read a newspaper article on The deplorable problem of has aroused public concern nationwide.
On the Western side, it is sometimes deplorable.
The condition of this dirty room is deplorable.
But many other people regard his actions as deplorable.
The deplorable howl went the rounds, and also went into Sakyamuni's ears.
Yesterday morning I met a deplorable car accident.
I have been forced to admit diverse propositions which appear somewhat deplorable.
B > It is high time we put an end to the deplorable practice of infanticide.
He said despite the tremendous efforts of those two countries, the situation for the refugees deplorable.
One member called Chen and told him the country was in a deplorable condition.
But many other people regard his actions deplorable. I personally think the president committed impeachable offences.
My memory grows deplorable.
Roon's racial phrasing is deplorable.
In such moments, history has a deplorable habit of turning artistic.
But many other people regard his actions deplorable.
The acting was deplorable!
The matter in your essay is good but the style is deplorable.
They were living in the most deplorable conditions.
The judge said that discrimination against homosexuals is deplorable.
Many of them live under deplorable conditions.
I find the media'sgrowing obsession with smut and sensation deplorable.
The Chief Constable said that sexual harassment was deplorable.
1. bad; unfortunate;
"my finances were in a deplorable state"
"a lamentable decision"
"her clothes were in sad shape"
"a sorry state of affairs"
2. of very poor quality or condition;
"deplorable housing conditions in the inner city"
"woeful treatment of the accused"
"woeful errors of judgment"
3. bringing or deserving severe rebuke or censure;
"a criminal waste of talent"
"a deplorable act of violence"
"adultery is as reprehensible for a husband as for a wife"