Meaning of deleteriously in English:

deleteriously

adverb

formal

See deleterious

‘Other Faiths have other tenets, and should be allowed to practice their religion as they see fit, always providing that practice does not deleteriously affect others.’
  • ‘That is, as long as adventure travel doesn't deleteriously affect the sacred traditions of the region.’
  • ‘If you inherit a disease from your grandmother and it is a disease that manifests itself in the third generation, you yourself will be deleteriously affected.’
  • ‘Your family, your children, your pets all might be deleteriously affected by your second-hand smoke.’
  • ‘They claimed that their competitive position on the market would be deleteriously affected by the grant of such aid.’