English version

distastefully

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdistastefullydis‧taste‧ful‧ly /dɪsˈteɪstfəli/ adverb written  feeling or showing distaste She looked distastefully at the overflowing bin.
Examples from the Corpus
distastefullyFrom the deck I watch him negotiate the path to the outhouse, his mouth turned down distastefully.Everybody had money, not distastefully earned.Hard-edged, smelling distastefully of banknotes on snow, they sketched for her, faster than light, a helix of numbers.
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