Meaning of despicably in English:

despicably

Pronunciation /dɪˈspɪkəbli/ /ˈdɛspɪkəbli/

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adverb

See despicable

‘Instead he was treated despicably and I hope whoever is nominated to take over will not have to go through that same sort of public humiliation.’
  • ‘Their bleating about their efforts regarding problem gambling are absolutely, completely and utterly, despicably hypocritical.’
  • ‘But out of sheer determination and a refusal to get dragged down by such despicably anti-social behaviour, they enjoyed the good times and battled through the bad times.’
  • ‘But this inspiring and moving parallel demonstrates yet again why he is so very, and despicably, wrong.’
  • ‘I believe these brave young men and women have been treated despicably by our Government.’