Meaning of unenviably in English:

unenviably

adverb

See unenviable

‘He is now unenviably faced with the possibility of being Paul's boss.’
  • ‘But the companies stand out unenviably as the industry's largest user of petroleum for power.’
  • ‘But, unenviably, they had also become the first Greek church to fizzle out and stop giving.’
  • ‘Inevitably and unenviably caught in the power tussles are the students.’
  • ‘I've scanned the document and it's choking with phrases like this, which presumably make sense in the heads of officials grappling unenviably with the programmes.’