unofficially

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Karl of Karnia had, unofficially, proposed for the Princess Hedwig.

I suppose those two Chinamen are unofficially connected with the Embassy.

Unofficially, I took down the complaint, reserving my ruling.

Unofficially, this practice was known as piff, from the feeble sound of the reports.

England replied, also unofficially, that Germany had forgotten the Monroe Doctrine.

Our fleet was then unofficially harassing that of France in America.

My hands were tied, officially, but unofficially I tried to warn you.

Several members called to see me at the cell,—unofficially, they said.

I should like to hear from you—unofficially, of course—whenever you have anything to say.

Then the friars condescended to unofficially exhibit their titles.

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