Definition of opprobriously in English:


Pronunciation /əˈprōbrēəslē/ /əˈproʊbriəsli/


See opprobrious

‘Brandes wants to contribute to what he calls the ‘New Military History’ which, he asserts, offsets ideology and conspiracy-mindedness by concentrating ‘less opprobriously on understanding civil-military relations’.’
  • ‘Although this has been opprobriously termed ‘behavior control’ by some ethicists, the counselor is no more controlling behavior than is a surgeon who recommends an elective operation.’