unsportingly


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Adv.1.unsportingly - in an unsportsmanlike mannerunsportingly - in an unsportsmanlike manner  
sportingly - so as to be sporting; in a sporting manner
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Unsportingly, she turned down my offer of being her guide and translator for the day!
(Robredo unsportingly commented: "Tasteless remarks' have no place in society.")
They and unethical meat hunters will illegally and unsportingly even shoot a bird out of its roost tree, just before it makes its dawn descent.
McDonald and a host of other Gills' players unsportingly protested to Darren Sheldrake who appeared to be content to take no further action.
Instead he unsportingly hammered it into the Blues net causing a fracas between the players and coaching staff.
These efforts, however, depended on the deviant giving his correct name when arrested, something, unsportingly, he persistently failed to do.
But Sukaj was only in that position because he unsportingly chased down a ball returned to Al Nasr following an injury -- though Sukaj subsequently accepted his mistake by rolling the resultant penalty straight to sub keeper Abdullah Mohammad.
Unsportingly, Trevor-Roper himself had thin skin and was quick to call upon the libel courts.
Prager is the author of a book on the home runyes, it is very much a big enough deal as to warrant its own bookwhich argues that the Giants would at times unsportingly steal catchers' signs so that batters would know what type of pitch was coming next.
Stevie Williams had been so confident G-mac would miss that he, unsportingly, removed his caddie bib.
The titular tunnel of doom provides Dante with lots of opportunities to make good use of the 3D format for cheap jolts but, unsportingly, he doesn't oblige, perhaps fearful that the younger audience he hopes to court might be scarred by a gnarled hand unexpectedly reaching out of the darkness and dragging a screaming kiddywink to his doom.
The titular tunnel of doom provides Dante with lots of opportunities to make good use of the 3D format for cheap jolts but, unsportingly, he doesn't oblige, perhaps fearful that the younger audience he hopes to court might be scarred for life by a gnarled hand unexpectedly reaching out of the darkness and dragging a screaming kiddywink to his doom.