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WHAT DOES UNCEREMONIOUSLY MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Definition of unceremoniously in the English dictionary
The definition of unceremoniously in the dictionary is if someone or something is removed, left, or put somewhere unceremoniously, this is done in a sudden or rude way that shows they are not thought to be important.
The translations of unceremoniously from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «unceremoniously» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «UNCEREMONIOUSLY» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «unceremoniously» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «unceremoniously» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about unceremoniously
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «UNCEREMONIOUSLY»
Discover the use of unceremoniously in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to unceremoniously and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Notice. The Meeting So Unceremoniously Broken Up by Rowdies ...
States that in default of protection by the public authorities, he will defend himself by the most effectual means available to him.
Josiah R. Steward, 1850
Kenya National Assembly Official Record (Hansard)
Member has said that yesterday he was unceremoniously interrupted when the
House rose. That cannot be the case. The Temporary Deputy Speaker(Mr.
Wetangula): Order! Hon. Mulusya, you have now been here for a period of nine
The Spirit Chaser
SME|_T|No OF THE SEVEN S|sTERs 8.8. As .. .. .. The Ores were loaded upon
horse-drawn barges - - - As .. .. .. The Broken Bodies of the Seven Bloodsisters of
the Pleiades were shoveled unceremoniously onto the low slung barge - - - The ...
Richard Donahue, 2012
Toward a New Enlightenment: The Philosophy of Paul Kurtz
25. On. Nearly. Dying. —. Unceremoniously. and. Unexpectedly. I never believed
that I would die. Oh, I know that everyone has to die; and so I would too, but some
time in the future, the distant future, not now. I never worried about it, never ...
Paul Kurtz, Vern L. Bullough, Tim Madigan
Colorful, Casual, and Comfy Quilts: Over 20 Quilts and ...
threw. the. quilt. unceremoniously. on. my. bed. and. was. nearly. bowled. over.
by. its. beauty. Prints Aplenty Konnicbiwa Overwhelmed by Autumn Yellow
Monday Basket Pillowcases. duction fabric, pieced a muslin backing, and
shipped the ...
Karen Bolesta, 2003
CHAPTER XXVII ATONES FOR THE UNPOLITENESS OF A FORMER CHAPTER
; WHICH DESERTED A LADY, MOST UNCEREMONIOUSLY As it would be, by
no means, seemly in a humble author to keep so mighty a personage as a ...
Charles Dickens, 1944
IMMORTAL: First Book in the Series, Keeper of the Gates
He was bumped into a broad back and unceremoniously stumped on. The
people seemed to have gone mad as the festive sounds dimmed with a hypnotic
swirl. The mauling mass separated Aidan and the white and black mask from the
Magna Kruger, 2011
The Christian Observer
He advanced unceremoniously up to the figure, unstrapped her from the pedestal
, and then inserting his hands between her shoes, (one of which I had seen a
woman kiss a few minutes before,) unscrewed a peg which kept her upright, let
ANaFRICANdREAM II MITALA
The well known fat man had been driven into the courtyard in his own Mercedez
Benz 180, seated unceremoniously in the back seat .It was supposedly the oldest
Benz in the whole of Kampala. One of the first in the city. Fats Sam shambled ...
David J Kalany, 2010
Garner's Modern American Usage
The word is more often seen in its negative adverbial form, unceremoniously,
where it means “without fanfare”—e.g.: “He has always been a fan favorite and
has unceremoniously given plenty back to the community.” David Dupree, “'Glove
Bryan Garner, 2009
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «UNCEREMONIOUSLY»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term unceremoniously is used in the context of the following news items.
Jahlil Okafor raises eyebrows by unceremoniously discarding new …
The former Duke star was predicted by most to go either No. 1 or No. 2 in the 2015 NBA Draft. But when the Lakers selected D'Angelo Russell second, Okafor ... «SportingNews.com, Jun 15»
City of Chicago Unceremoniously Clears Out Homeless in the Name …
Let it be known that no one is safe from the onslaught of Mumford & Sons and 35,000 of their biggest fans. The city of Chicago is prepping for the rockers' show ... «93XRT Radio, Jun 15»
... Rosales and Karen Toggery's ancestors being excavated and "unceremoniously dumped" on a Caltrans highway construction site, according to their account. «San Diego Reader, May 15»
Twink admits she was 'unceremoniously let go' as 'panto queen'
Speaking on TV3's Seven O'Clock Show, the 64-year-old said she was “unceremoniously let go” from her “lifetime job of being a panto queen” by the production. «Irish Independent, May 15»