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adjective as in not done well or skillfully

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If I’m looking for unprofessional things, I’ll go to a social media site before I go to Vogue or Refinery29.

From Digiday

The chief executive of the private company hired to conduct the audit has echoed false allegations that the election was stolen, and the process has been widely criticized by election experts as insecure and unprofessional.

Reporting his unprofessional behavior to the House leadership didn’t help either, she said, nor did ceasing to wear a dress that frequently drew his attention.

Goodell said in a written statement in August that the league condemned the “unprofessional, disturbing and abhorrent behavior” detailed in the allegations made by the women.

“The tone set by Secretary Wilkie was at minimum unprofessional and at worst provided the basis for VA leaders’ attempts to undermine the veteran’s credibility,” the report said.

It was time for a very unprofessional meeting between the two presidents.

His silence was “uncool and unprofessional,” as Dr. Tanning put it.

Bonet had often clashed with creator Bill Cosby and was unprofessional backstage.

Mainstream American press coverage of Russia,” Cohen writes, has been “shamefully unprofessional and politically inflammatory.

They felt it was unprofessional to leave one dollar bill behind.

A physician who applied for membership in a medical society was rejected because of unprofessional conduct.

It had always been considered one of his recommendations that he was so unprofessional in his appearance.

He sent for engineers from various parts of the country and amazed them with the unprofessional boldness of his methods.

The journalist said nothing, as it seemed unprofessional to admit ignorance of anything.

Some of Shakespeare's plays I have never read; while others I have gone over perhaps as frequently as any unprofessional reader.


On this page you'll find 32 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unprofessional, such as: ignorant, improper, incompetent, inefficient, lax, and negligent.

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