Examples of unceremonious in a Sentence
His unceremonious dismissal by the new boss surprised everybody.
my polite request was met with an unceremonious refusal
Recent Examples of unceremonious from the Web
Uber employees are revolting following the unceremonious resignation of CEO Travis Kalanick.
Los Angeles Lakers: PG Lonzo Ball, UCLA The unceremonious trade of D’Angelo Russell to the Nets in a salary cap-saving move stunned many around the NBA.
The idea, said Anaheim Ballet director Lawrence Rosenberg, is that the intimate and unceremonious beginning will immerse audience members, capturing their attention before the dancing even begins.
In the months since his unceremonious ouster as Trump’s national security adviser, Flynn’s silence on the Russian melodrama captivating Capitol Hill has been deafening.
WASHINGTON — FBI agents are still reeling from Director James Comey’s unceremonious dismissal, their surprise at the manner of his ouster coupled with questions about who will next lead the bureau.
But just because Comey deserved to lose his job doesn't mean people shouldn't be outraged over the manner and timing of his unceremonious firing.
Friends huddle around just in time for some thing to make a decidedly unceremonious exit out of the man’s chest.
But the venerable venue appears headed for an unceremonious final act.
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First Known Use of unceremonious
UNCEREMONIOUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unceremonious for English Language Learners
: happening or done very suddenly and quickly with no effort to be careful or polite
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