Definition of unroyally in English:

unroyally

adverb

  • See unroyal

    • ‘I half expected Julie Andrews to jump out from behind a bucking bronco and tell Anne to stop behaving so unroyally.’
    • ‘About 50 years ago they got so unroyally grubby that abbey authorities would not permit even antiquarians to see them.’
    • ‘Agamemnon was butchered with the others and died most unroyally.’
    • ‘The two little girls began at once to inquire into how he came to be where he was, and how he came to be so unroyally clad.’
    • ‘I know I refer to myself as the King of Atlanta, but I want to apologize… I acted a little unroyally.’