Definition of importunately in English:

importunately

adverb

  • See importunate

    • ‘Year by year the government grows more importunately parental, the citizenry more obediently childish.’
    • ‘He was constantly being invited to the house, and then pressed importunately by all three to stay the night there.’
    • ‘Still, the wretched creatures stand there, importunately demanding notice.’

Pronunciation

importunately

/ɪmˈpɔːtjʊnətli/