Definition of unoriginally in US English:

unoriginally

adverb

  • See unoriginal

    • ‘My first thought, unoriginally enough, was a fish.’
    • ‘The latter's the most ironic, as it's my second-favourite Shakespeare play. [My favourite is Hamlet, unoriginally enough.]’
    • ‘Rather unoriginally named ‘brown mix,’ though I think there's probably some kind of translation problem… the name in Japanese is probably something beautiful like ‘sunset on a perfect day in the mountains, drawing shadows.’’
    • ‘‘Yeah, it's great actually… really enjoying it, thanks,’ I replied unoriginally.’
    • ‘The cat was rather unoriginally (in Gale's opinion) named Marmalade.’