Definition of indefensibly in English:

indefensibly

adverb

  • See indefensible

    • ‘Desperately enough, it seems, to do something not just silly or ill-advised but downright dumb and indefensibly wrong.’
    • ‘It is not at all clear that all colleges and universities have indefensibly larger and more expensive administrations.’
    • ‘After last week perhaps he could add that Scotland is a country whose leadership is morally lame and, therefore, indefensibly bad value for taxpayers' money.’
    • ‘This confirms my long-held suspicion that garden centres are every bit as indefensibly soulless and ghastly as out-of-town DIY superstores.’
    • ‘Those who are good are too often portrayed as evil; indefensibly wicked acts are made less so by the way they are described.’

Pronunciation

indefensibly

/ɪndɪˈfɛnsɪbli/