Definition of unfashionably in English:

unfashionably

adverb

  • See unfashionable

    • ‘Rather unfashionably, I was really interested in education.’
    • ‘Here he's created an audacious, risk-taking epic that unfashionably takes the chance that it might abandon some of its potential audience.’
    • ‘And like Harry, I believe - unfashionably enough - that a strong and democratic labor movement can help make the world a better place for many more people than it is now.’
    • ‘Emma Watson, who has been brought up by a well-to-do aunt, returns to her family, who live unfashionably in genteel poverty in a Surrey village.’
    • ‘A brilliantly clever, decent, hard-working woman is forced to apologise to the public for dressing unfashionably.’

Pronunciation

unfashionably

/ʌnˈfaʃnəbli/