disrespectfully : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a disrespectful manner
he treats his parents rather disrespectfully
- I have never seen a candidate treated so disrespectfully just for running.
- A fellow guard rebuked him for addressing a "sister" so disrespectfully.
- On learning that he knew none of them, she lost interest in him, disrespectfully inquired later how he came to be a general.
News & Articles
- VOTD: Russell Brand Mocks MSNBC Talk Show Hosts For Lack Of Professionalism
While comedian/ professional oddball/ star of middling to bad films Russell Brand is likely not the first example of professional decorum to come to mind, the star of such films as Get Him to the Greek and the remake of Arthur recently schooled a few professional morning news show hosts when he felt they were treating him disrespectfully.
June 18, 2013 - ScreenCrave
- Bill Clinton in ABC News
She is winning the general election today and he is not, according to all the evidence,Clinton said. "And I have never seen anything like it. I have never seen a candidate treated so disrespectfully just for running. Her only position was,...
- Simon Cowell in News24
Simon told American Idol host Ryan Seacrest on his radio show: "We must address this crazy story that appeared that I rolled my eyes disrespectfully at Chris because he made the comment. The truth is that I had switched off at that point. I was...
- Anita Neville in Globe and Mail (blog)
Airport security measures and staff are in place for our safety,Ms. Neville added. "Arriving late for a flight does not allow you to circumvent these procedures, nor does it allow you to treat staff disrespectfully."