[ UK /ʌnəfˈɪʃə‍lˌi/ ]
[ US /ənəˈfɪʃəɫi/ ]
  1. not in an official capacity
    unofficially, he serves as the treasurer
  2. without official authorization
    he had made some money on the side
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How To Use unofficially In A Sentence

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  • unofficially, he serves as the treasurer
  • June 19 -- It is unofficially reported from Rome that the Italian army now occupies 10,000 square kilometers of "unredeemed" territory, or more than twice as much as Austria offered to Italy for remaining neutral. New York Times Current History; The European War, Vol 2, No. 5, August, 1915
  • Mohammed Chentouf got 6 years, Soumaya Sahla, who was unofficially married to El Fatmi, got 4 years and a man described as Mohammed H. got three months in jai. Dutch court extends prison for 4 Muslim terror plotters
  • Unofficially, I am advised that there is some wave of afflated opinion passing through the Semitic races of the Near East -- if, indeed, it has not touched the Moslems. The Sins of Séverac Bablon
  • Sunday is also unofficially Kids Day and there will more horse events including junior hacks and riding classes as well as some fun prizes for the prettiest mare and handsomest colt in the gala ring.
  • They were unofficially christened the Brown Water Navy.
  • Some workers are legally employed, but the majority work unofficially with neither health nor wage security.
  • Experts had never been able to confirm repeated sightings by amateur bird-watchers over the years, and many of them considered the bird at least unofficially extinct.
  • If Mirischia the Brazilian theropod is one of my little pets, the enormous sauropod represented by the cervical vertebra MIWG. 7306 – affectionately (and unofficially) known to some of us as 'Angloposeidon' – is one of the biggest [the image at left, and that below, are my drawings of the specimen]. ‘Angloposeidon’, the unreported story, part I
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