unwholesomely
adverb see unwholesome

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • unwholesomely — adv. unhealthily, in an unhealthy manner …   English contemporary dictionary

  • unwholesomely — un·whole·some·ly …   English syllables

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  • unwholesome — adjective Date: 13th century 1. detrimental to physical, mental, or moral well being ; unhealthy < unwholesome food > < unwholesome pastimes > 2. a. corrupt, unsound < shady unwholesome dealings > b …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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