Definition of disparagingly in English:

disparagingly

adverb

See disparaging

  • ‘Over the protests of liberals and conservatives who supported an internationalist foreign policy to thwart communism, critics on the left have for decades disparagingly described the United States as imperialist.’
  • ‘That's not speaking disparagingly of the next person, either.’
  • ‘A disparagingly small number of companies own all commercial radio stations, TV stations, record labels, and sizeable concert venues in the nation.’
  • ‘This is a struggle that disparagingly became known as taking part in the ‘rat-race.’’
  • ‘You use the term liberal somewhat disparagingly.’

Pronunciation

disparagingly

/dɪˈsparɪdʒɪŋli/