Definition of disreputably in English:

disreputably

adverb

See disreputable

  • ‘And Keith Burgess-Jackson thinks Sullivan argues disreputably.’
  • ‘These are both wise and heartening words, at a time when Kant is being disreputably pressed into the service of all kinds of non-Kantian commitments.’
  • ‘In an earlier episode, there was a ‘gay kiss’ - disreputably advertised as a rating-boosting sensation.’
  • ‘End the day disreputably, drinking to excess in one of the local inns.’
  • ‘From time to time, at steadily shortening intervals, we would stop and mop our faces and necks of the sweat that ran into eyes and collars from under disreputably frayed and stained straw hats.’

Pronunciation

disreputably

/dɪsˈrɛpjʊtəbli/