insultingly insultingly


  1. (adv) in a disrespectful and insulting manner
  2. (adv) in an unfair and insulting manner


  1. If only it had shown them longer--for 90 minutes, say--and ditched the rest of this mechanical, insultingly didactic placard.
  2. Keller is far too smart to not understand that he's being insultingly disingenuous with his comment and by the note to readers issued by his paper.
  3. Day after day, Soviet fans indulged in rampant hooliganism, booing and whistling insultingly at almost any winning athlete who was not Soviet.


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  1. "I loved both of those kids," Michigan State coach Tom Izzo said. "I kept saying `What are they doing here?' and I don't mean that insultingly, because I really like that backcourt. Wells is a good enough point guard that he could play a lot...
    on Dec 20, 2009 By: Tom Izzo Source: Houston Chronicle

  2. In reference to long hours on set for Things We Lost In The Fire, Susanne Bier said Halle "looks insultingly beautiful at four o'clock in the morning".
    on Oct 25, 2007 By: Susanne Bier Source: This is North Scotland

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