ungrammatically

ADVERB
  1. in an ungrammatical manner
    this child speaks ungrammatically
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How To Use ungrammatically In A Sentence

  • They tell their own story, simply—sometimes ungrammatically and illiterately, but nevertheless irresistibly. Cries of Despair and Society’s Problems
  • They tell their own story, simply; sometimes ungrammatically and illiterately, but nevertheless irresistibly.
  • When drunk, for instance, he speaks ungrammatically.
  • Why has a laudable achievement such as this not been highlighted as part of the ongoing tourism campaign which is somewhat ungrammatically named ‘Uniquely Singapore’?
  • They tell their own story, simply -- sometimes ungrammatically and illiterately, but nevertheless irresistibly. Woman and the New Race
  • ‘The media is not a mirror of the culture,’ she fumed, nonsensically and ungrammatically, when asked about the popularity of shows like Queer Eye.
  • this child speaks ungrammatically
  • Something happened to my fluency in the weeks I missed in the middle of the year: I left a tongued-tied speaker and returned quite happy to babble at will, however ungrammatically.
  • As you Americans say, so charmingly yet so ungrammatically, you do the math.
  • Commas are most irritating of all when used ungrammatically. Times, Sunday Times
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