[ UK /dˌɪsɹɪspˈɛktfəli/ ]
in a disrespectful manner
he treats his parents rather disrespectfully
How To Use disrespectfully In A Sentence
- This way, a progressive Christian politician can fight for biblical values without throwing around God's name cynically and disrespectfully. newsobserver.com blogs
- that divil of a whirligig," as he disrespectfully called the idolized velocipede; then the wounded hero, supported by the helpful Polly; and Maud brought up the rear in tears, bearing Tom's cap. An Old-Fashioned Girl
- I observed the Old Soldier — not to adopt the name disrespectfully – to pretty good advantage, on a night which is made memorable to me by something else I shall relate. David Copperfield
- Why do you treat your guards so disrespectfully?
- I observed the Old Soldier - not to adopt the name disrespectfully David Copperfield
- I observed the Old Soldier-not to adopt the name disrespectfully - to pretty good advantage, on a night which is made memorable to me by something else I shall relate. David Copperfield
- Of all people, he is the LAST one who should be whining about how is wife has been treated "disrespectfully". Hillary Hits Critics For Taking Her RFK Assassination Remarks "Out Of Context"
- Instead, she has decided to sue the governor through the State Administrative Court for issuing the gubernatorial decree that she said disrespectfully dismissed her.
- In short, she did not like, as she phrased it, "to be shaken off;" and after a sleepless night she resolved to judge for herself, much moved thereto by the malicious suggestions to that effect made by Mr. Sprott, who mightily enjoyed the idea of mortifying the gentlemen by whom he had been so disrespectfully threatened with the treadmill. My Novel — Volume 06
- There's something quite good about disrespectfully questioning decision-makers about their decisions.