inhospitably


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in·hos·pi·ta·ble

 (ĭn-hŏs′pĭ-tə-bəl, ĭn′hŏ-spĭt′ə-bəl)
adj.
1. Displaying no hospitality; unfriendly.
2. Unfavorable to life or growth; hostile: the barren, inhospitable desert.

in·hos′pi·ta·ble·ness n.
in·hos′pi·ta·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.inhospitably - in an inhospitable manner; "she was received inhospitably by her new family"
hospitably - in a hospitable manner; "she was received hospitably by her new family"
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inhospitably

[ˌɪnhɒsˈpɪtəblɪ] ADVde modo poco hospitalario

inhospitably

advungastlich
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I had asked him the question inhospitably enough, for I resented the sort of bright and gratified recognition that still shone in his face.
But the captain inhospitably kept him perched on the lowest gang-way step, shivering miserably and with his feet dangling in the water, till we, out of very pity, rowed in from the darkness and took him off.
Surely it is not the custom of Englishmen to receive strangers so inhospitably.
For thus inhospitably did this fair earth, our common inheritance, present itself to the mental vision of Mr Verloc.
In a land so inescapably and inhospitably cold, hockey is the chance of life, and an affirmation that despite the deathly chill of winter we are alive" (112).
Climate scientists now worry that unless humans act promptly to slow emissions of heat-trapping greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide, our climate will become inhospitably warm by 2100 or much sooner.
Choi's departure was welcomed in Iran where he offended almost everyone by complaining bitterly and publicly that his team had been treated inhospitably during its stay in Tehran.
According to Turner, "I approach territorial and customer restrictions not hospitably in the common law tradition, but inhospitably in the tradition of antitrust law.
Justice Alito stated in apparent disbelief particularly due to the area's inhospitably high temperatures and generally "rugged location", that the cross was viewed very often.
19) Certainly the implication is that Kaye murders Cody because she realizes how close he has become to his young companion of five years: She marries Cody in 1902 and "send[s] him to sea in a yacht"; five years later, he takes Gatz/Gatsby aboard and they live and travel together for another five years; the arrangement, Nick says, "might have lasted indefinitely except for the fact that Ella Kaye came on board one night in Boston and a week later Dan Cody inhospitably died" (p.
An espresso prepared and served painstakingly, inhospitably, or tentatively diminishes the taste.
Wisconsin in January is inhospitably cold, while Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan lost just once in 19 Georgia Dome starts.