And, despicably, they used the memory of the four slain Americans as cover for their election-year political strategy.
As it turns out, they do so selfishly, obnoxiously, and despicably.
Craig knew also that he himself was at soul too cowardly to be more than despicably bad.
despicably egotistical he had been in submitting to the chair, in not making one last wild break for freedom at that time.
A number of attacks, some of them of the most despicably petty character, were made against Wullenweber.
But I own that I agree with him heartily in his opinion that "making a conjurer explain his tricks" is despicably poor fun.
I like it in the French style, all but the lait; that destroys the flavor, besides making it despicably weak.
To show you how despicably I think of the business, I will here leave you presently, though I lose the pleasure of railing at you.
I flattered myself I was not so despicably weak, for a woman.'
I then opened on him, and told him how despicably he had acted when I so generously trusted to his honor.