Definition of unpatriotically in US English:

unpatriotically

adverb

  • See unpatriotic

    • ‘Novak may have acted unpatriotically but not inconsistently.’
    • ‘Republicans accused the Gore campaign of behaving unpatriotically by challenging overseas ballots, many of which came from members of the armed services.’
    • ‘At least Chan doesn't come off quite as bad as Russian nationalist Vladimir Zhirinovsky, who recently drafted a bill that would write into law severe penalties for Russian girls or women who ‘unpatriotically’ choose to marry a foreigner.’
    • ‘In connection with the discussion on the relocation of jobs, several SPD politicians have accused Siemens of behaving ‘unpatriotically,’ even ‘as though they had no fatherland.’’
    • ‘Most unpatriotically, Mansergh refused, citing his credibility with Fianna Fail as the reason.’

Pronunciation

unpatriotically

/ˌənˌpātrēˈädik(ə)lē//ˌənˌpeɪtriˈɑdɪk(ə)li/