Meaning of discreditably in English:

discreditably

adverb

See discreditable

  • ‘It is hard to remember a conference speech by a major party leader which did less for public debate and which reflects so discreditably on the person who gave it.’
  • ‘Ryan eyed her discreditably, though laughter flickered behind the almost black eyes.’
  • ‘He is objective about himself, even when that objectivity is apt to reflect discreditably upon himself.’
  • ‘She also says that her late husband had been married before, and that this marriage ended discreditably.’
  • ‘It's hard to be certain what the sellers knew, but if they withheld a significant fact about the apartment, they acted discreditably.’

Pronunciation

discreditably

/dɪsˈkrɛdɪtəbli/