from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Unworthy of respect.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not respectable
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not respectable; disreputable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not respectable; not worthy of any, or of much, consideration or esteem.
There's a hangover sensibility that tattoos are "disrespectable," says Atkinson, 39, who has two full sleeves and a chest tattoo.
Also taught at an expensive private language school and was also slammed because I did not let my wealthy spoiled students slide for impossible, disrespectable misbehavior in the classroom.
Â Still, Green Lantern #48 provides important information for the crossover, some nice character support for Hal and the other main Lanterns, and earns a not-at-all-disrespectable 3.5 out of 5 stars overall.
The tone of the Republican party and the tea party have reinforced in politicians like McDonnell that if you want to get ahead you must use disrespectable methods and not self respect and integrity.
This was the most disrespectable act to a President by an elected official I have ever witnessed and SHOULD NOT BE TOLERATED!
Maintain a respectable tone, so that only you opponent can appear disrespectable.
And when he disused the advice of one of his family, and employed the counsel of another, it was no unwonted thing to see a total change of measures, equally disrespectable to the character of the King and dangerous to the safety of the state.
He said he's angry that he had to be here 24 hours, less than 24 hours after Anna Nicole's death, found it very disrespectable this even happened, that the emergency order was even filed requesting the DNA to be expedited from Anna Nicole Smith's body.
Better disrespectable honour than dishonourable fame.
We ` re not going to be disrespectable, we ` re not going to be disruptive, we ` re not going to demonstrate, we ` re going to be very obedient.