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- adv. In an unprecedented manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without precedent; exceptionally.
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- adv. in an unprecedented manner
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I came out at the very worst time of year, and the weather has been (of course) 'unprecedentedly' bad and changeable.
Despite Belarusian authorities 'public assurances that the elections would be "unprecedentedly" democratic and transparent, the OSCE / ODIHR election observation mission determined the elections fell short of OSCE standards.
Well, first of all, 100% reserve requirements represent an unprecedentedly heavy handed intervention of the state into the market.
The purpose of this campaign was to reverse the Supreme Leader's political credibility crunch by bestowing him with unprecedentedly vast worldly powers, backed by the Hidden World.
The day of reckoning for an unprecedentedly profligate civilization seems nearer and nearer.
• Conducted unprecedentedly large and complex naval exercises in the waters of the Western Pacific outside the so-called "First Island Chain."
The creation of jobs was unprecedentedly weak as well.
This unprecedentedly rapid increase in the number of students from any single country to U.S. educational institutions has caught many schools unprepared.
On the NHS, it can boast that it left office with the health service enjoying unprecedentedly high public approval ratings.
An unprecedentedly broad coalition of industry, activist, engineering and lobbying groups.