He longed desperately to be back at home.
He was desperately seeking a way to see her again.
Yet Golding needed her as desperately as he needed Monteith.
The man in the river desperately tried to reach the side.
He waved desperately to his companion.
He cut desperately at the rope in an attempt to free his foot.
I am desperately disappointed.
The bandit struggled desperately.
We clung desperately together.
We live in a dark world that desperately needs the candlepower of Christ shining through us.
41) Mored beyond words,the young executive tried desperately to swallow the rapdidly swelling lump in his troat.
Nick didn’t say anything during the meeting, and it was obvious that he was desperately trying to merge into the background.
The prlmltlve Greeks clung desperately to myths...
Desperately needed restoration work was already underway.
After weeks of marching, they're desperately tired.
Japan's spirit and economy desperately needed a revival.
But an unguarded chick is desperately vulnerable.
Rescue workers are desperately searching for survivors.
“He hates Sirius, ” Hermione said desperately.
Something the Rangers say they desperately want.
It's winter, and food is desperately short.
Is she crazy or just desperately lonely?
You are searching desperately for a way out.
The Iranian state is desperately short of money.
He desperately saw her disappear into the crowd.
And so desperately wants to get back in.
Could you let me in? I asked desperately.
Instead NATO developed a new—and desperately needed—modus operandi.
Many flats sit vacant despite legions of prospective buyers desperately seeking affordable housing.
The table linen was desperately nasty.
Yes. It's not so desperately urgent.
A mother tries desperately to protect her helpless chick.