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  • adv. In an unseeming manner.


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unseeming +‎ -ly


  • And I was able to take my otherwise unseemingly gay persona and weld myself to the cause of every gay man, lesbian woman, and transsexual being.

    C. Brian Smith: The Worst of Sarah Palin Festers in California

  • The funeral feast, therefore, being a general custom throughout Scotland, was not, in the opinion of those who were to share it, unseemingly mingled, on the present occasion, with the festivities which hailed the succession to the chieftainship.

    The Fair Maid of Perth

  • Yeah, it is unseemingly to keep an incompetent man in a job were his poor performance gets people killed unnecessarily.

    Think Progress » Right Wing Swiftboats Generals Who Called on Rumsfeld to Resign

  • Jackie Estacado has been bestowed with the Darkness, an unseemingly evil concoction of ascendancy.

    Comic Review: The Darkness #1-3: Raw Edition

  • But it's an unseemingly association that the McCains say they've been looking for an opening to attack Obama over.

    CNN Transcript Aug 22, 2008

  • Anyhow, Halo came out for the X-Box, made a tremendous wad of cash, got lots of people to buy the thing and was praised by all and sundry as the Best Thing Ever, with even the usually-more-difficult-to-excite-than-Al-Gore Edge magazine getting unseemingly excited and awarding it maximum points, which felt rather wrong, a bit like Barry Norman giving a five-star review to Debbie Does Dallas.

    Halo: Combat Evolved

  • As expected chavismo is gloating, including very, very unseemingly the new president of the TSJ who was not involved directly in that decision although we can be quite certain he orchestrated it.

    03/06/2005 - 03/13/2005

  • We have thousands, if not millions, of people out there breaking the law, and unseemingly.

    Dear Scott Simms

  • Its the same unseemingly and revolting haste Romney is making now to all these out of state political appearances wherein little is expressed save a savage disdain for our Commonwealth.

    The Chimes at Midnight

  • It is not only that such writers spare a word by making a single verb or adjective do duty for several different periods, so that the reader, as it were, has to grope his way through them in the dark; they also practice, in many other respects, an unseemingly economy of speech, in the effort to effect what they foolishly take to be brevity of expression and conciseness of style.

    The Art of Literature


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