trivializingly

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

trivializing +‎ -ly

AdverbEdit

trivializingly (comparative more trivializingly, superlative most trivializingly)

  1. So as to trivialize.
    • 2008, Regine I. Heberlein, Writing a national colony, page 104:
      Naturalists, often trivializingly dubbed “botanists,” hunted, fished, shot, trapped, caught, cut, or uprooted any species on mere suspicion of its being unknown.