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despicably

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despicably如何读

['despikəbli]

despicably是什么意思

  • adv. 可鄙地;卑劣地

despicably词根

词根:despicable

adj.

despicable 卑劣的;可鄙的

despicably英英释义

  • adv.in a despicable manner

despicably儿童词典英英释义

despoilverb

to strip of belongings, possessions, or value : plunder, pillage

despoilverb

to strip of belongings, possessions, or value : plunder, pillage

despitefuladjective

expressing hate or the wish to harm

despiseverb

to consider as beneath one's notice or respect : feel scorn and dislike for

despiseverb

to consider as beneath one's notice or respect : feel scorn and dislike for

despiseverb

to consider as beneath one's notice or respect : feel scorn and dislike for

despicableadjective

deserving to be despised

a despicable traitor

despicably同义词

  • adv. 可鄙地;卑劣地
  • dishonorably, vilely

despicably词源英文解释

Late Latin despicabilis, from Latin despicari to despise

The first known use of despicable was in 1553

despicably 例句

1.How despicably does a man have to behave before he forfeits our sympathy?

2.Why are you so persistently drawn to a man who you don’t respect, and who treats you despicably?

3.Its subject is a long-familiar bugbear of respectability and decency, the drug trade, which it looks at with a despicably ignorant and contemptuous perspective.

4.“Climate change alarmism at its very core is a despicably anti-human ideology,” she has said.

5.even within the prison population, pedophiles are regarded as particularly despicable

6."Quite despicably he piggybacks on the crime as a way of getting get some publicity."

7.Biden drew a line from the atrocities in the Holocaust to the Oct. 7 Hamas attacks in Israel, and said what has followed that day has been despicable.

8.Worst Deep Balls: Every Beck deep ball seemed to be a few yards too long, or a few yards too wide, or a few yards too despicably horrendously abysmally awful.

9.She is a despicable traitor.

10.Signaling the continued White House support for Kavanaugh, spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders tweeted praise for Sen. Lindsay Graham after the South Carolina Republican railed against Democrats, accusing them of treating Kavanaugh “despicably.”

11."There are no excuses for what I did, nor can I adequately explain why I acted on these impulses so despicably at that time."

12.In Mr. Denman’s exchanges, as in those of little Agnes, the same peculiarity was to be remarked,—an undue preponderance of that despicably common stamp, the French twenty-five centimes.

13.This season gave us Walt utterly triumphant—if despicably so—and Hank, in the end, utterly thwarted on the verge of getting one of the prisoners to flip.

14.Equally despicably, police say some Man United fans unfurled a banner marked "Istanbul" - a deliberately provocative reference to the stabbings of two Leeds fans in that Turkish city in 2000.

15.Taking Aim This week the president aimed high in the gun debate, and the National Rifle Association aimed low, despicably low.

16.She added: "People voted because of legitimate concerns. Politicians have behaved despicably because they have exacerbated those anxieties."

17.However, it’s not like the heads of these companies woke up one morning and realized they’d been despicably taking advantage of people with a chronic disease.

18.Why does Amazon treat it's workers so despicably?

19.Only a despicably common ordinary things together with their families will automatically be converted into the world's most fun thing filled the hearts of the whole.

只是一件平常得不能再平常的事情,与家人在一起便自动兑换成全世界最快乐的事盛满整个心中。

20.So he is despicably turning the dead into the undead, trying to figure out how to claim they weren’t lost.

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