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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunceremoniouslyun‧cer‧e‧mo‧ni‧ous‧ly /ˌʌnserəˈməʊniəsli $ -ˈmoʊ-/ adverb  RUDE/IMPOLITEin a rough or sudden way, without showing any respect or politeness He grabbed her arms and hauled her unceremoniously to her feet.unceremonious adjective
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unceremoniouslyIn others, abortion was treated matter-of-factly, with the products of conception disposed of unceremoniously.Nine hours after she'd been bundled into the room, they unceremoniously dumped Adam in with her.A long list of Silicon Valley companies were unceremoniously dumped from the Net for several hours Friday.Without hesitation Pooley clutched at the thing and was unceremoniously hauled aboard.The unfortunate gents are then unceremoniously interred in the sisters' basement.Himes was unceremoniously kicked out of the club.The Lovins turn this argument unceremoniously on its head.Then, one night, he unceremoniously slipped into them.
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