(Latin: suffix; able manner, capably)

Forming adverbs corresponding to adjectives in -able.

despicably (adverb), more despicably, most despicably
Descriptive of how an individual is very unpleasant or bad: Billy was behaving despicably in class, so his teacher, Mrs. Smith, informed his parents and arranged for a parent-teacher conference with them to take place the next day.
determinably (adverb), more determinably, most determinably
Pertaining to how something is fixable, definable, or quantifiable: The determinably better quality of the compound used for repairing the sidewalk was clearly verified when it was completed.
detestably (adverb), more detestably, most detestably
Descriptive how someone or something can be offensive and hateful: Meg found the days so detestably dull and lousy when all of her friends were gone on vacation during the summer holidays.

Some of the people at the political gathering were so detestably immoral and vulgar that other people could not tolerate being anywhere near them.

disagreeably (adverb), more disagreeably, most disagreeably
1. Pertaining to how a person's mood is quarrelsome or bad-tempered: Mary replied disagreeably that she wasn't going to go on the trip at all and was going to stay home.
2. Characterizing how something is offensive or unpleasant: Robert thought the cheese had a disagreeably nasty and unpalatable odor.
discernibly (adverb), more discernibly, most discernibly
1. Referring to how something is obvious or noticeable to the intellect or senses: Even after practicing piano so much, Mary's spirit was discernibly overcome with sadness.
2. Concerning how something or someone is seen or visible: After their hike up the mountain, Jack and Jill mentioned to their friends that the mountain tops were discernibly perceptible above the layer of fog stretching across the landscape.
discomfortably (adverb), more discomfortably, most discomfortably
Pertaining to how something disturbs one's ease and wellbeing: Jack was so stressed by the many discomfortably irritating and unnecessary phone calls.
discreditably (adverb), more discreditably, most discreditably
Regarding how shame or dishonor disgraces someone's good name or reputation; disreputably: Susan's discreditably scandalous behavior caused her to lose her job.
dishonorably (adverb), more dishonorably, most dishonorably
1. Referring to how a person acts in a disgraceful way: Ted should have known better, but he behaved dishonorably and shamefully towards his parents, and was therefore sent to his room without dinner!
2. Describing how something occurs in a shocking or deplorable manner: The grades Jack got in school were dishonorably poor and disgusting and he failed in almost every subject!
3. Pertaining to how something happens in a contemptible or blameworthy manner: Sam was dishonorably discharged from the army after he was caught stealing many times from his comrades.
disputably (adverb), more disputably, most disputably
Referring to how something is open to controversy;: Her testimony was disputably and debatably inaccurate.
disreputably (adverb), more disreputably, most disreputably
Descriptive of how a person or something is not to be trusted or is not respectable: The bars in town are known to be disreputably noisy and scandalous places!
distinguishably (adverb), more distinguishably, most distinguishably
Concerning how something or people can be perceived as being dissimilar: The children looked at the tulips and saw that they were distinguishably different from each other because one was red and the other one was white.
durably (adverb), more durably, most durably
A reference as to how something can withstand wear or decay: The pictures that were taken of Joe's children many years ago are durably preserved in a family photo album.
endurably (adverb), more endurably, most endurably
Pertaining to how something is accomplished in a tolerable way or not too unpleasant: At the restaurant the broccoli was served in an endurably overcooked way, which Jim and his family ate anyway, although it wasn’t what they would have liked as a vegetable to have with their dinner.
enjoyably (adverb), more enjoyably, most enjoyably
Descriptive of how something is experienced in an agreeable and pleasant way: The Jackson family spent an enjoyably delightful day at the beach.
enviably (adverb), more enviably, most enviably
Concerning how a feeling is prompted to have what another person or organization has: Mack's company had enviably high profits last year.