Definition of immaturely in US English:

immaturely

adverb

  • See immature

    • ‘Some of us act maturely and some act immaturely.’
    • ‘After not inconsiderable troubles in my life I was thinking excitedly if immaturely that this was a bit of a milestone - something to celebrate.’
    • ‘I was shocked at first to find so many women in their 20s and 30s act so immaturely.’
    • ‘The youth definitely handled the situation rather immaturely, i.e: turning into a mob, but I think the city should have anticipated this mass influx of drunken youth, and maybe given them something to do.’
    • ‘He smirked, he rolled his eyes and he behaved very immaturely.’

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