unexceptionally love



from The Century Dictionary.

  • Without exception; in a manner excluding nothing; entirely.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb In an unexceptional manner.


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  • They encourage heavy, leveraged investments in undiversified assets that perform unexceptionally over time.

    Matthew Yglesias » Command and Control 2009

  • I love softball—and I've played it unexceptionally for years.

    Company Softball's Do's, Don'ts Jason Gay 2011

  • Jake unexceptionally falls in love with one of the alien creatures.

    James Cameron’s Avatar: Na’vi Concept Art Revealed? Nope! | /Film 2008

  • An old priest dying of heart disease, without enemies, without possessions, except a modest fortune unexceptionally willed for charitable purposes to the man who had befriended him, a notable philanthropist whose character and reputation were beyond reproach.

    She Closed Her Eyes 2010

  • Is it a crime to react unexceptionally to your circumstances?

    Mark Olmsted: The Trouble With Meritocracy 2010

  • A system which punishes the poor for reacting unexceptionally to their poverty has created a criminal class which views prison as a sort of career.

    Mark Olmsted: The Devil They Know: Biography of an American Inmate 2009

  • In his program note, Mr. Welch states that HB "has some of the best dancer actors in the world," a claim far from supported by the mostly broad and unexceptionally dramatic performances elicited from his company in "Marie."

    A Biography in Need of an Editor 2009

  • The rest is a retread of THE LADY VANISHES, capably but unexceptionally played, and I've always found the Satanic vampire cult headed by Noel Willman to be boring.

    The body beneath Arbogast 2008

  • It depicts vanilla characters who are unexceptionally neurotic and heartsick and expects the audience to care about them down to the minor details of their slapping and tickling.

    Tune In, Turn On 2007

  • Once we acknowledge conflicts of obligation, there is the further issue of representing the logic of reasoning about conflicting obligations where some override others, some are defeated, some are all things considered overridding obligations, some are not, some hold generally, but not unexceptionally, etc.

    Deontic Logic McNamara, Paul 2006


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