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How to Pronounce meanly?

Correct pronunciation for the word "meanly" is [mˈiːnli], [mˈiːnli], [m_ˈiː_n_l_i].

"Meanly" in context

Meanly is a word used to describe individuals who are cruel or unkind in the way they talk or behave. They may take pleasure in the unhappiness of others or use unfeeling tactics to get their own way. This kind of behaviour or attitude can result in hurtful insults or actions intended to humiliate or embarrass someone. Meanly behaviour can become a pattern, where instead of finding positive ways to deal with life's everyday challenges, a person may use meanness to cope. A person who is meanly may struggle to form and maintain healthy relationships, as others may find their behaviour hurtful and off-putting.

What are similar-sounding words for meanly?

Usage over time for meanly:

This graph shows how "meanly" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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