Definition of iniquitously in English:


Pronunciation /-witəslē/


See iniquitous

‘Unsurprisingly, this misogynist one-sex model of gender is explicit (women ‘know no moderation in goodness or vice,’ and are iniquitously, and inequitably, ‘more carnal than a man’), and etymologically inauthentic.’
  • ‘When he came in before the Council, he complained he had been most iniquitously turned out of his charge.’
  • ‘I have been shamefully expelled, iniquitously turned out of the position of "Founder-Director" to which I had been appointed.’