disgracefully disgracefully

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in a dishonorable manner or to a dishonorable degree

Usage(s):

  1. Of course, an integral part of the job was aggressivelyoften stealthily and sometimes disgracefullypainting the opposition as weak, untrustworthy and effete.
  2. In spite of the talk of changes in com mand and improvements, things were still disgracefully out of hand on Koje.
  3. Jazz, blowsiest of the arts, has been disgracefully lax about keeping her barrelhouse in order.

News

  1. Another View: With $1.3 trillion a year in tax breaks, it's time for change

    For the first time since 1986, key members of Congress are making a coordinated push to overhaul the nation's disgracefully complex tax code.
    on July 25, 2013     Source: The Alexandria Town Talk

  2. Other Views: Simplify tax code with blank slate

    For the first time since 1986, key members of Congress are making a coordinated push to overhaul the nation's disgracefully complex tax code.
    on July 25, 2013     Source: Sheboygan Press

  3. Editorial: Simplify tax code with blank slate

    For the first time since 1986, key members of Congress are making a coordinated push to overhaul the nation's disgracefully complex tax code.
    on July 24, 2013     Source: Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter

Quotes

  1. "The enemies of Afghanistan's freedom and independence very disgracefully continued their intervention and meddling in our internal affairs," Karzai said, referring to last year which was the bloodiest since US-led forces defeated the Taliban in...
    on Jan 21, 2007 By: Hamid Karzai Source: Reuters.uk

  2. "It promises to restore to a wholesome condition an immense area which, through greed and indifference, has been permitted to deteriorate disgracefully," Trudeau said.
    on Feb 18, 2008 By: Pierre Trudeau Source: 680 News

  3. "In the city of Newark, we are spending $24,000 per pupil in public money for an absolutely disgracefully public education system, one that should embarrass our entire state," he told a group of school choice advocates in Washington DC,.
    on Jun 15, 2010 By: Christopher Christie Source: NJ Spotlight

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