unapprovingly

unapprovingly

(ˌʌnəˈpruːvɪŋlɪ)
adv
in an unapproving manner
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class="DMGStorybodytextspan xml:lang="EN-GBCHILDREN EXPLOITED class="DMGStorybodytextspan xml:lang="EN-GBThey describe, rather unapprovingly, the trend whereby orphanage owners convince poor families that they can nurture their children and once they are allowed to have them, they house them in places where volunteers are allowed to visit them anyhow, regardless of the fact that some may be sex pests.
On the whole, they speak of it unapprovingly but concede that it is probably more widely applied and taught than its predecessors.