disreputably


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Related to disreputably: inconspicuous, unfathomable

dis·rep·u·ta·ble

 (dĭs-rĕp′yə-tə-bəl)
adj.
Lacking respectability, as in character, behavior, or appearance.

dis·rep′u·ta·bil′i·ty, dis·rep′u·ta·ble·ness n.
dis·rep′u·ta·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.disreputably - in a disreputable manner
reputably - in a reputable manner
Translations

disreputably

[dɪsˈrepjʊtəblɪ] ADVvergonzosamente

disreputably

adv behave (= dishonourably)übel, gemein; (= not respectably)anstößig

disreputably

[dɪsˈrɛpjʊtəblɪ] adv (behave, dress) → indecentemente
References in classic literature ?
Old Mazey, in his way, proved to be just as disreputably inclined on certain occasions as the dogs.
He had no second-best suit that was presentable, and though he could go to the butcher and the baker, and even on occasion to his sister's, it was beyond all daring to dream of entering the Morse home so disreputably apparelled.
Hermann let Lena cherish and hug that bundle of rags to that extent, it was so disreputably and completely unclean.
Farage should learn from the magnanimity of those he disreputably abused.
Fringes, fur, sequins all were lobed disreputably, which mostly didn't gel together on the runway.
His novel takes place over one day in the idyllic town of Wadk|ping, and spotlights the rise and fall of Herr Harald Hilding Markurell, whose obsessive love for his son, Johan, motivates his tremendous, if disreputably obtained, success in business, and his equally successful attempts to push his way into society.
He has already hedged his bets on his brutal police generals, along with some of the most disreputably corrupt officials, to run the government.
Its gas reserves are depleting fast due to the disreputably inefficient pipeline system subject to theft in third World situations.
The Notoriety Act could be found valid on the basis that it created new law relating to a class of contracts that are against public policy and that honouring them would taint the legal project of enforcing contracts, or if it created new property law based on the idea that such property was earned disreputably and that giving it legal protection would discredit property law.