Definition of incompetently in English:

incompetently

adverb

  • See incompetent

    • ‘The money would be better spent on treating women rather than regulating a single aspect of medicine so incompetently.’
    • ‘Somehow we would plod through the day, dodging verbal missiles and accomplishing our missions albeit incompetently, until the doorbell rang for the first time.’
    • ‘A movie may be incompetently acted and amateurishly shot.’
    • ‘His immediate superior divided his time between hitting on female staff and incompetently and arbitrarily changing working arrangements.’
    • ‘People said it was a waste of money, that it was too extravagant for its own good, and that the construction project was incompetently managed.’

Pronunciation

incompetently

/ɪnˈkɒmpɪt(ə)ntli/