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- adv. In an unpleasant manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an unpleasant manner; in a manner not pleasing; disagreeably.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an unpleasant manner
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He was sure to be asked -- once Annapla's service was over -- what led to the encounter, and to give the whole story frankly involved Olivia's name unpleasantly in a vulgar squabble.
And he recalled unpleasantly the misfortune that had happened: he had been forced to share his snug bedroom with eighteen of his distant cousins.
For what profit can there be, if a man, when he hath passed over all his life unpleasantly, that is to say, wretchedly, shall have no reward after his death?
He sat silent under her mockery, his long fingers clasped over his knees, his gaze upon the field below them, his mind recalling unpleasantly a similar incident in his unromantic career.
Later in the day when the body still lay in the parlor of the Tollman house and Conscience sat almost as motionless near by, Eben Tollman paced the floor with features set in an expression unpleasantly suggestive of the undertaker's professional solemnity.
They and the noise they made recalled unpleasantly to me my sensations as I clung to the alder bush immersed in
An expression that unpleasantly combined cunning and fear crossed Atheneum McGee’s sharp features.
Which is a roundabout way of saying that if Oh or her co-stars were to be nominated again, I'd be surprised, but not unpleasantly.
The Office 9/8c is built around another unpleasantly raucous office holiday party, where Andy's intent is to grant everyone's Christmas wish — so why would he invite along his new girlfriend, which predictably sends Erin into a drunken frenzy.
Thus Destry fell backwards with his queen onto a thick, glass-filled paste that, come time, would leave them both unpleasantly crusty.