discreditably


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Synonyms for discreditably

in a dishonorable manner or to a dishonorable degree

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The right of free speech does not demand a duty to be crudely, discreditably disagreeable.
But most of these characters are portrayed more or less discreditably, and as much as anything it is their sexual cynicism that discredits them.
Invidia is more or less our "envy," pure and simple resentment of another's enjoying a certain good, but the word is also used for resentment that emanates from a sense of rightness or fairness--resentment at those perceived as wrongfully enjoying a good or as using it discreditably (thus Cicero incurred invidia for the allegedly high-handed use he made of his political power to suppress Catiline's conspiracy).
It also looked at the allegation that 'DCS Baker discreditably and actively pursued through Professor Dudley a National UK Award and an Honorary Doctorate in recognition of her service with West Midlands Police'.
We got away with the gig not discreditably, especially as the party was on the bohemian side, unlike most deb dances, which were far more conventional, at which real dance bands, dressed in tuxedos and using music stands with logos were hired.