Related formsun·cer·e·mo·ni·ous·ly, adverbun·cer·e·mo·ni·ous·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for unceremoniously
In May 2012, Kirstie Clements was unceremoniously fired after serving as editor of 'Vogue Australia' for 13 years.
Ruderman, citing family reasons, eventually returned, and Osberg, Larry Platt and his apostrophe were unceremoniously removed.How the Newspaper Business Became a ‘F**king Disgrace’|Lloyd Grove|December 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Faiza smiled at me, approached me, and unceremoniously held on to my chin.Inside Gaddafi’s Harem: The Story of a Girl’s Abduction|Annick Cojean|August 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
She was unceremoniously booted off the national stage in June.
Unceremoniously, he launched into a direct criticism of me, particularly my introduction, which he likened to a “coronation.”Howard Zinn at 90: Defending the People’s Historian|Timothy Patrick McCarthy|August 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The result gave him satisfaction, for had he been chosen, he must have resigned, as unceremoniously as he was elected.Memoir of John Howe Peyton|Various
We may be weeks away; you will excuse me, then, if I take leave of you so unceremoniously.A Strange Story, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
It was night before the Brooklyn came into view, looking exactly as she had when Walter had so unceremoniously left her.Fighting in Cuban Waters|Edward Stratemeyer
I jumped up, somewhat ruffled at this rude handling, to learn that it was an officer who had treated me so unceremoniously.Sixteen Months in Four German Prisons|Henry Charles Mahoney
He broke off as the woman servant Yossof had spoken of as Natalya hurried into the room and unceremoniously beckoned him out.The Red Symbol|John Ironside