Meaning of undesirably in English:


Pronunciation /ˌʌndɪˈzʌɪərəbli/


See undesirable

‘I can't even bring myself to wear earrings (even though I had my ears pierced when I was 18) because I can't get over the feeling that putting holes in yourself to hang decorations off is undesirably primitive.’
  • ‘That said, we believe that non-executive directors should not participate in share option schemes as this may undesirably compromise their independence.’
  • ‘Medical practice shows undesirably large variations attributable to a chronic shortage of staff and inadequate training and information.’
  • ‘But public borrowing remains at undesirably high levels.’
  • ‘Running her fingers through her hair with undesirably short clear nails, she flopped her hair again, letting it graze the crest of his strong jaw.’