Meaning of sinisterly in English:


Pronunciation /ˈsɪnɪstəli/


See sinister

‘He's dangerously ambitious, sinisterly ambitious.’
  • ‘More sinisterly, they were - and remain - one of the chief means by which the party keeps an eye on China's citizens, ever watchful for signs of dissent or unrest.’
  • ‘A look back at his work would reveal a persistent obsession with pain, suffering and the sinisterly hypnotic potential of martyrdom to provoke and inspire.’
  • ‘The avant-garde Leftists also found something sinisterly consoling in representational realism, which reassures us with images of a world we feel at home with.’
  • ‘The camera sinisterly sneaks up to a charming church.’