inappropriately[ in-uh-proh-pree-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF inappropriately
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INAPPROPRIATELY
The following letter may not inappropriately open this section.
They struggled forward and fell on their knees—not inappropriately—to drink.
A musical simile may not inappropriately be applied to his work.
He has been designated, not inappropriately, the philosopher in sabots.
To this bird has been given not inappropriately the name of Summer Snipe.
This the colonists, not inappropriately, call the tablecloth.
They have been nicknamed, not inappropriately, the bull's eye stamps of Brazil.
By this man acquires the likeness of a brute animal, with which indeed such persons not inappropriately compare themselves.
When each member of the congregated world "tries its own expressive power," madness not inappropriately rules the hour.
She was educated at Chelles, and was there cruelly ill-treated by the abbess, who was inappropriately named Wilcona, or Welcome.