shamefully

[ UK /ʃˈe‍ɪmfəli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a dishonorable manner or to a dishonorable degree
    his grades were disgracefully low
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How To Use shamefully In A Sentence

  • But above all, Sir Anthony, she should be mistress of orthodoxy, that she might not misspell and mispronounce words so shamefully as girls usually do; and likewise that she might reprehend the true meaning of what she is saying. Tallulah Morehead: Big Brother 12: (Mala)Props to the Houseguests.
  • If only this was just a Shakespearean farce and we could snigger at the gross stupidity of the characters portrayed and their ridiculous masquerades, but shamefully it is real and we are obliged to see it through to the end.
  • They have served me shamefully , ie have treated me very badly.
  • And even though we're shamefully useless at this game, we're inclined to agree.
  • Despite an attitude that considered dancing shamefully unmasculine, Juan was sufficiently motivated by this information to try his best.
  • An unwanted actor who had been shamefully tossed aside by Hollywood was simply at the mercy of these young hotties.
  • State legislation is shamefully coy when it comes to compo.
  • If you hear any other coach claim his player deserves consideration, you know that coach is shamefully huckstering or making sure his guy gets on an All-American team.
  • I'm an active person butstill I couldn't bear to haul myself out of bed to do star jumps etc at 7 am, so I shamefully missed the first one of the week on Monday. Survival: Morning Bootcamp
  • He's that shamefully honest pal you always wished you had -- a gutsier Will Truman with splashes of Rhoda Morgenstern tossed into a comedic blender set on high. Greg Archer: Mario Cantone on His First San Francisco Stint
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