Meaning of obtusely in English:

obtusely

Pronunciation /əbˈtjuːsli/

adverb

See obtuse

‘I always answer that obtusely by saying I put myself into Stephen.’
  • ‘As much as President Stevenson wants to obtusely hold to some notion that tuition hikes don't affect access, they do.’
  • ‘The latter strand, featuring the inflexible and obtusely by-the-book Captain Francis, peaks in the episode ‘Bad Company’.’
  • ‘‘It is not in my current possession,’ he explained obtusely.’
  • ‘On the flip side, ‘Garden Party for the Murder Pride’ flaunts tacky Trompe Le Monde metal riffs juxtaposed with obtusely sunny hooks.’