Definition of sanctimoniously:
Synonyms for sanctimoniously:
This was the work that the nineteenth century had done among men, and was continuing in glorious, fashion to do,- that century of sterility, that century of domination, that century of decadence, that century of degradation, as it is called by the pedants, the rhetoricians, the imbeciles, and all that filthy brood of bigots, of knaves, and of sharpers, who sanctimoniously slaver gall upon glory, who assert that Pascal was a madman, Voltaire a coxcomb, and Rousseau a brute, and whose triumph it would be to put a fool's- cap upon the human race.- "Napoleon the Little", Victor Hugo.
- "The Heart-Cry of Jesus", Byron J. Rees.
There was always something of the monk about you, Segfried, and you will yet end your days sanctimoniously in a monastery, unless you are first hanged at Treves or knocked on the head during an assault.- "The Strong Arm", Robert Barr.