disreputably

[ dis-rep-yuh-tuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF disreputably
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But he maintained that the disreputably open flaunting of vice can be stopped.

Always it was the most disreputably picturesque spot on the anatomy of the railroad.

Her hair was flying from its moorings; her face flamed; and her hat sat at a disreputably rakish angle.

It was a new luxury to this woman, who had knocked about the world so long and so disreputably, to feel safe and able to be good.

Houses up the canyon, so-called, of which eight are habitable, and forty-six simply awful; they are disreputably disgraceful.

Everything within reach of the tutor's hands was disarranged and disreputably untidy.

Maida was all mother, and very proud of this disreputably mixed progeny, but evidently especially pleased with the white one.

Old Mazey, in his way, proved to be just as disreputably inclined on certain occasions as the dogs.

You stole that information just as disreputably as that man stole the documents from Mr. Kenyon's pocket.

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