Definition of insecurely in US English:

insecurely

adverb

  • See insecure

    • ‘Less than half follow recommended best practice for managing documents, with many storing documents insecurely.’
    • ‘Sybil was sitting insecurely on a huge, inflated beach ball, facing the ocean.’
    • ‘Replies were written by civil servants before the letters were insecurely dumped.’
    • ‘Falling outside both British standards of social status and Australian standards of egalitarianism, the gentry was an insecurely self-defined status group with a paradoxically profound sense of its own social importance.’
    • ‘Therefore, those offenders who are insecurely attached to their caregivers are likely to have dysfunctional relationships with other individuals, such as peers.’

Pronunciation

insecurely

/ˌinsəˈkyo͝orlē//ˌɪnsəˈkjʊrli/