Meaning of undiplomatically in English:

undiplomatically

adverb

See undiplomatic

‘One Australian, who asked not to be named, undiplomatically commented: ‘We are so used to these stiff upper lip Brits, but she is a bit like the Irish president who has a bit of character.’’
  • ‘‘They don't,’ I replied, perhaps a bit undiplomatically.’
  • ‘‘If we can show we can do it in what is effectively a Third World country,’ he said, perhaps a little undiplomatically, ‘we can do it it anywhere’.’
  • ‘Nobody in an institution such as the EIB is so rude as to speak undiplomatically about one of its Board of Governors.’
  • ‘But as one of her supporters rather undiplomatically put it: ‘They are spineless.’’