[ US /ˌənˌsɛɹəˈmoʊniəsɫi/ ]
[ UK /ʌnsˌɛɹɪmˈə‍ʊnɪəsli/ ]
  1. in an unceremonious manner
    he was dismissed unceremoniously
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How To Use unceremoniously In A Sentence

  • He was unceremoniously ejected from his slightly altered, safe Ashford ward by the massed vote of sitting borough councillors in favour of a previously unknown candidate.
  • In short, they very unceremoniously treat the Parisians who believe in Gargantua as ignorant simpletons and superstitious idiots, with whom are intermixed a few hypocrites, who pretend to believe in Gargantua, in order to obtain some convenient priorship in the abbey of Thélême. A Philosophical Dictionary
  • He was unceremoniously removed from the list of members, for gross misconduct.
  • I had approached her with so little formality, I had received all her graciousness with so little apparent sense of her condescension, I had taken my seat, nearly unasked, so completely at my ease, and I had pronounced so unceremoniously the plain "vous," without softening it off with one single "altesse royale," that I had given her reason to think me either the most forward person in my nature, or the worst bred The Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay — Volume 3
  • So to anyone out there who has been unceremoniously dumped, take heart. The Sun
  • Suddenly, without warning, she bellyflopped, unceremoniously, into the wooden planter.
  • Unceremoniously, some number of thugs dragged me into an edifice and roughly seated me in a slight wooden chair.
  • Joris Luyten It may be named unceremoniously for the hockey puck it resembles, but the palet breton tastes like a bit of heaven. Merry Cookies
  • All eleven episodes of Season One, including the 90-minute pilot, are dumped quite unceremoniously onto two two-sided discs.
  • We then watched as flock after flock of "sprigs" cupped and settled lightly among the decoys and squads of redheads tore over the bay and splashed unceremoniously among the blocks. chron.com Chronicle
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