catastrophical

See: dire
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Edelweiss,' which, though the story was somewhat too catastrophical, seemed to me admirably good and true.
A more careful examination of the situation indicates that speech--or even thought itself--could imply a catastrophical upheaval of the container (space, time, emotions) on which the ego is dependent for its consistency and for its capacity to relate (p.
Any form of catastrophical loss requires a grieving process.
For instance, the ban of a club from the transfer window for one or two periods would generally be catastrophical both in a sportive and an economic perspective.
Dror worries that, despite his exhortation to Israelis to think seriously about their future, there is the "danger of a self-fulfilling prophecy, with thinking about a possible catastrophical end to Israel, demoralizing Israel, encouraging its enemies and wakening efforts to make such a contingency impossible.
That's why plastic can pose catastrophical effects on our environment.
Avant-garde illustrations in dark shades are combined with fonts of different sizes, shapes, and colors to add an almost sinister tone to a make-believe disaster of catastrophical proportions: ruined buildings, cars, highways, and trucks, in what turns out to be only a game-two children amid their cluttered toys.
Bebop falls into our period, since the New Deal ended decisively only with Truman's catastrophical Federal loyalty program of March, 1947, but it doesn't fall comfortably under the rubric "big-band" or "Swing.