Definition of unexceptionally in US English:

unexceptionally

adverb

  • See unexceptional

    • ‘For Stephen Kline, it began unexceptionally: business success begat art collecting.’
    • ‘Four judges of the Federal Court have, in our respectful submission, quite unexceptionally construed this section.’
    • ‘The menu reads unexceptionally - standard anglicised Chinese fare - but once you accept the lack of authenticity, then the food is actually excellent.’
    • ‘This very syndrome is vigorously and unexceptionally denounced in the Bible by the prophets and by Jesus.’
    • ‘It unexceptionally demands ID from everyone who wanders up to the bar.’

Pronunciation

unexceptionally

/ˌənəkˈsepSH(ə)n(ə)lē//ˌənəkˈsɛpʃ(ə)n(ə)li/