unprecedentedly

[ US /ənˈpɹɛsəˌdɛntɪdɫi/ ]
[ UK /ʌnpɹɪsˈɛdəntˌɪdli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in an unprecedented manner
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How To Use unprecedentedly In A Sentence

  • Islam has changed unprecedentedly in the domain of life and culture in the tidal current of adapting to Socialism society and time, and has stridden into a rational development time.
  • The National - Day celebration this year was an unprecedentedly great occasion.
  • In the era of consume culture and cultural globalization, the multi - culture views are respected unprecedentedly.
  • The Opposition had sent the Bill back to the Commons four times in an unprecedentedly bitter conflict.
  • The national crisis and social crisis were unprecedentedly grave.
  • But the retail revival will continue only for those companies that can deal with unprecedentedly fierce competition.
  • To look for the marks, an unprecedentedly broad range of technologies would be required.
  • The prisons, apparently in an attempt to prevent jailbreaks during the 2002 World Cup, have taken the unprecedentedly liberal step of allowing incarcerated inmates to watch the matches on television.
  • The country has suffered grievously from an unprecedentedly severe drought.
  • The counterclockwise mouse was something new—a triple fusion of animal, plant, and technology—and the students knew it was a harbinger of unprecedentedly powerful ways to alter brain activity. World Wide Mind
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