What is another word for obscenely?

Pronunciation: [ɒbsˈiːnli] (IPA)

The word "obscenely" is an adverb that means something is done or expressed in a very offensive or vulgar manner. If you are looking for synonyms for this word, then you can try the following options: 1. Vulgarly - this word is often used to describe something that is done in a coarse or unrefined way. 2. Lewdly - this word implies that something is done in a way that is sexually suggestive or indecent. 3. Raunchily - this word is often used to describe something that is done in a way that is crude, vulgar and distasteful. 4. Coarsely - this word is used to describe something that is done in a rough or crude manner. 5. Crassly - this word implies that something is done in a way that is grossly insensitive or lacking in refinement.

What are the opposite words for obscenely?

Obscenely is an adverb that describes something that is offensive, vulgar, or indecent. Antonyms for obscenely include decently, politely, and respectfully. When something is done decently, it is done in a way that is appropriate, morally correct, or modest. Politeness describes behavior that is courteous, respectful, or considerate towards others. Respectful behavior is characterized by an attitude that shows admiration or esteem towards someone or something. These antonyms offer alternative ways to describe behavior or actions that are deemed acceptable or morally upright. Using these words helps to create a more compassionate and positive environment.

What are the antonyms for Obscenely?

Usage examples for Obscenely

They sat for a time and sipped at green tea, syrup sweet with mint and sugar, the tiny cups held under the teguelmoust so as not to obscenely reveal the mouth of the drinker.
"Border, Breed Nor Birth"
Dallas McCord Reynolds
Karffard shouted, with obscenely blasphemous embellishments.
"Space Viking"
Henry Beam Piper
In Fielding's "Amelia," a woman of the lowest character is spoken of as "smoking tobacco, drinking punch, talking obscenely and swearing and cursing"-which accomplishments are all carefully noted, because none of them would be applicable to the ordinary respectable female.
"The Social History of Smoking"
G. L. Apperson

Famous quotes with Obscenely

  • It is almost impossible to be a doctor and an honest man, but it is obscenely impossible to be a psychiatrist without at the same time bearing the stamp of the most incontestable madness: that of being unable to resist that old atavistic reflex of the mass of humanity, which makes any man of science who is absorbed by this mass a kind of natural and inborn enemy of all genius.
    Antonin Artaud
  • Four hundred obscenely wealthy individuals, 400 little Mubaraks -- most of whom benefited in some way from the multi-trillion-dollar taxpayer bailout of 2008 -- now have more cash, stock and property than the assets of 155 million Americans combined.
    Michael Moore
  • While the new corporate culture afforded America's plutocrats an obscenely decadent existence, for middle-class Americans life became an increasingly-intolerable struggle- both at the office and at home, what little time was spent there. A study by Harvard Law School Professor Elizabeth Warren showed that even though the average two-income middle-class family earns more than the single-breadwinner from a generation ago, given mortgage costs, car payments, taxes, health insurance, day-care bills, tuition costs, the need to move into an area with a good school district (due to the increasingly unbearable competition among kids), and so on, the average two-earner family has actually less discretionary income today than single-income families a generation ago.
    Elizabeth Warren
  • Look at Dick Cheney. Financially he's obscenely wealthy, but he's clearly unhappy. I wouldn't be surprised if he's visited by no less than three ghosts a night.
    John Hodgman
  • Children […] had sat in those very box buildings under buzzing fluorescent lights listening to their science teachers prattle about the wonders of space travel and gene splicing and how we were all going to live to be a hundred and twenty five years old in "smart" computer-controlled houses where all we had to do was speak to bump up the heat or turn on giant home theater screens in a life of perpetual leisure and comfort. It made me sick to think about. Not because there's something necessarily wrong with leisure or comfort, but because that's where our aspirations ended. And in the face of what had actually happened to us, it seemed obscenely stupid.
    James Howard Kunstler

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