Con·temp·tu·ous·ly, adv. In a contemptuous manner; with scorn or disdain; despitefully.
The apostles and most eminent Christians were poor, and used contemptuously. --Jer. Taylor.
adv : without respect; in a disdainful manner; "she spoke of him
contemptuously" [syn: disdainfully, scornfully, contumeliously,