unconventionally

All Adverb
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  • "Do you understand what these people have done for us?" she asked unconventionally. Cited from The Rim of the Desert, by Ada Woodruff Anderson
  • No doubt she thought him an oddity who must be treated unconventionally. Cited from The Way of Ambition, by Robert Hichens
  • The final time trial stage was set up unconventionally, with the itinerary split into two distinct sections.
  • The acquaintance thus unconventionally began between them continued, and ripened into a strange friendship. Cited from The World's Greatest Books, Vol V, Ed. by Arthur Mee & J.A. Hammerton
  • They may also be written somewhat unconventionally compared with normal tourist guides.
  • Unconventionally, the power station is situated inside a mountain and it consists of of tunnels.
  • She came in from the street, unconventionally removing her hat and gloves as she entered. Cited from One Day, by Anonymous
  • Nor was the handsome captain the only friend thus unconventionally entertained. Cited from Love Affairs of the Courts of Europe, by Thornton Hall
  • Film Ireland is also noted for its support of lower-budget and unconventionally funded filmmaking.
  • Unconventionally, the Grateful Dead made the release of live albums a common occurrence throughout their career.
  • Unconventionally, the novel is told from eleven points of view employing distinct first-person narrative voices.
  • Her parents were Quakers who, unconventionally for their time, insisted on giving her the same quality of education that boys received.
  • However, Mary seems to have been given a fair amount of freedom in a society that so frowned upon women who acted unconventionally.
  • In the south end of the city, the elevation of the playing field is approximately above sea level and is unconventionally oriented northwest.
  • The bridegroom, unconventionally and true to form, did not produce a ring for the ceremony.
  • We have been here ourselves for ten days, and are flattered to think that we have used the time as unconventionally as we could well have done. Cited from Penelope's Irish Experiences by Kate D. Wiggin
  • Unconventionally, he didn't call any witnesses in his clients' defense, including the defendants themselves.
  • Bad, because wooden structures, especially those unconventionally shaped, were not scalable and had a very short life span.
  • It was unconventionally late for an afternoon call. Cited from Flames, by Robert Smythe Hichens
  • You get material for your scraps, and you treat it unconventionally, so the scraps supply a demand. Cited from A Daughter of To-Day, by Sara Jeannette Duncan (AKA Mrs. Everard Cotes)
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How unconventionally gets used

Meaning of unconventionally

  • adverb In an unconventional manner
    she always behaves rather unconventionally