Meaning of slightingly in English:

slightingly

Pronunciation /ˈslʌɪtɪŋli/

Translate slightingly into Spanish

adverb

See slighting

‘One reason why we are likely to speak slightingly of the ethics of the politician is that he can never exhibit his good qualities systematically.’
  • ‘‘It has been the fashion in this country to speak slightingly of West,’ Lester acknowledged, but this was simply wrong; West, he declared, was ‘the pioneer and father of American Artists.’’
  • ‘Do not some persons speak slightingly of united prayer?’
  • ‘He has been slightingly treated by many Scottish historians, but he had little opportunity to reveal his abilities and there is no contemporary comment on his character.’
  • ‘Flavia spoke slightingly of him, yet encouraged him to pursue her.’