Last modified on 16 December 2014, at 12:41

infelicitously

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infelicitous +‎ -ly or in- +‎ felicitously

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infelicitously (comparative more infelicitously, superlative most infelicitously)

  1. In a way that is infelicitous or unfortunate
    • 2009 January 14, Manohla Dargis, “Star Log: Trippy Sci-Fi Mash-Up Alert!”:
      By turns absorbing, confounding, exhausting and altogether stranger and more rib-ticklingly funny than most fiction, Craig Baldwin's infelicitously titled and cacophonous provocation, "Mock Up on Mu," comes close to defying categorization.

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