undutifully


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un·du·ti·ful

 (ŭn-do͞o′tĭ-fəl, -dyo͞o′-)
adj.
1. Lacking a sense of duty.
2. Unreliable or disobedient.

un·du′ti·ful·ly adv.

undutifully

(ʌnˈdjuːtɪfʊlɪ)
adv
in an undutiful manner
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I wish to goodness it mayn't,' murmured she, with a sigh, as she returned to her own apartment, while I threw myself on the bed, feeling most undutifully disaffected towards her for having deprived me of what seemed the only shadow of a consolation that remained, and chained me to that wretched couch of thorns.
Ben Allen, after a tear or two, went on to say that, notwithstanding all his esteem and respect and veneration for his friend, Arabella had unaccountably and undutifully evinced the most determined antipathy to his person.
He laughed most undutifully and then his face twitched grimly.