Meaning of immodestly in English:

immodestly

Pronunciation /ɪˈmɒdɪstli/

Translate immodestly into Spanish

adverb

See immodest

‘So for that reader - or even, he says hopefully, those readers (yes, I am immodestly speaking in the plural) - I wish to pass on the following tantalising and incredibly personal detail.’
  • ‘Out on the moors, nature was immodestly ripe, and I was riding the owner's own magnificent animal - Rex, a chestnut part-Arab with an insatiable curiosity in everyone and everything.’
  • ‘Among other things, she dresses immodestly, drinks alcohol, and has a close relationship with a man who isn't her husband.’
  • ‘Although visually impressive, it turns out to be an entirely static affair, which fails to hold the attention of most of the massed ranks of gawking, immodestly dressed non-believers.’
  • ‘‘My game was fantastic,’ he confirmed, albeit immodestly.’