Definition of tendentiously in US English:

tendentiously

adverb

  • See tendentious

    • ‘I'll reformulate this less tendentiously.’
    • ‘He goes on to tendentiously misconstrue most everything Clark said.’
    • ‘She is neither a moralist nor a tendentiously political artist, although her work is informed by an unmistakably feminist sensibility.’
    • ‘The examples are often used tendentiously.’
    • ‘I think the thrust of what they say has been tendentiously distorted.’

Pronunciation

tendentiously

/tenˈdenSHəslē//tɛnˈdɛnʃəsli/