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- adv. In an unceremonious manner, abruptly, without the due formalities.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an unceremonious manner; without ceremony; informally.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an unceremonious manner
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Heaved unceremoniously from the ambulance stretcher to the hard emergency room gurney, doctors and nurses with little white masks dangling from around their necks quickly went to work to revive me from anaphylactic shock, an allergic reaction initiated by the stinging bite of one, tiny little red ant.
At this fore-doomed Cleveland meeting a feeble attempt had been made by the men who considered Mr. Lincoln too radical, to nominate General Grant for President, instead of Fremont; but he had been denounced as a Lincoln hireling, and his name unceremoniously swept aside.
At Hyde Park Corner, Douglas heard his name unceremoniously shouted.
Lincoln hireling, and his name unceremoniously swept aside.
One story about him went that around the same time his record label unceremoniously dropped him his wife committed suicide.
'The late Mr. Sniggs, Mr.. Tulrumble,' said Mr. Tulrumble sharply, for he by no means approved of the notion of unceremoniously designating a gentleman who filled the high office of Mayor, as
He also recommended that Kosana be removed "unceremoniously" from the department after a disciplinary hearing.
The Verwoerd statue, "unceremoniously" removed from the
‘The late Mr. Sniggs, Mrs. Tulrumble,’ said Mr. Tulrumble sharply, for he by no means approved of the notion of unceremoniously designating a gentleman who filled the high office of Mayor, as ‘Old
November, she said, she was "unceremoniously" let go from SoulCycle without severance pay or much of an explanation.