Definition of unmemorably in US English:

unmemorably

adverb

  • See unmemorable

    • ‘‘Her reputation precedes her,’ he says unmemorably.’
    • ‘Then Hayley Evetts came on and sang some Anastacia covers, fairly unmemorably.’
    • ‘The drama is neatly and democratically divided up among half a dozen roles, which merge smoothly and unmemorably into one another.’
    • ‘Since then, the anniversary has passed pretty unmemorably each year, and I hope that continues.’
    • ‘Nothing here is damning, but the whole affair ultimately drifts by inoffensively and unmemorably.’