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[ UK /ʌnsˌɛɹɪmˈə‍ʊnɪəs/ ]
[ US /ˌənˌsɛɹəˈmoʊniəs/ ]
  1. without due formalities
    unceremonious dismissal from office
  2. without ceremony or formality
    an unceremonious speech
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How To Use unceremonious In A Sentence

  • She was unceremoniously dumped to be replaced by a leader who could win the election.
  • The latest crisis in West Indies cricket and the unceremonious sacking of the best WI talent is the ultimate insult to West Indians.
  • On the surface, it seems the radio babblers have been unceremoniously shushed.
  • One night, Finn rocks a bit off and falls flat on his face, unceremoniously uncaught by an unwelcoming mosh pit.
  • One night, at a New York dinner party in the mid-1990s, Coplans unceremoniously expelled the hostess from her own kitchen, quartered some oranges, added them to the chicken and recooked it.
  • And not just because both teams were unceremoniously dumped out of the Champions League in midweek. The Sun
  • She slowly peels back her boa and unceremoniously tosses it to the side.
  • Rocky nodded and unceremoniously tipped out the contents of the box.
  • Team captain Susanthika Jayasinghe did not appear to regret her unceremonious exit from the 200 metres sprint, but appeared more worried about the controversies surrounding the athletes.
  • The owner scooted over from doing his genial rounds of the table and scooped up the hapless moggy, depositing him safely but unceremoniously on the street outside.
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