Definition of infelicitously in English:

infelicitously

Pronunciation /ˌinfəˈlisədəslē/ /ˌɪnfəˈlɪsədəsli/

adverb

See infelicitous

  • ‘After the war, Smith convinced prohibitionists to organize within the infelicitously named Anti-Dramshop Party.’
  • ‘My own views, however infelicitously expressed, are more definitive and negative than yours.’
  • ‘Second, the felicity, if I may infelicitously use the word, of death is zero.’
  • ‘Most infelicitously, Jordan Lage, who can be a problem even in one part, is made to play seven.’

Pronunciation

infelicitously

/ˌinfəˈlisədəslē/ /ˌɪnfəˈlɪsədəsli/