Meaning of uncommunicatively in English:

uncommunicatively

Pronunciation /ˌʌnkəˈmjuːnɪkətɪvli/

adverb

See uncommunicative

‘His work with Gray opened up the possibility of playing the self-destructive and chaotic, without ever allowing them to slip into something uncommunicatively self-pitying.’
  • ‘Neither of us said anything, and Brixton was uncommunicatively engaged in reading a railroad report.’
  • ‘However Hasselhoff is allowed to grunt uncommunicatively at them via a telephone as often as he likes.’
  • ‘His work with Gray opened up the possibility of playing the self-destructive and chaotic, without ever allowing them to slip into something uncommunicatively self-pitying.’
  • ‘In the worst cases, such calls provoke battles royal at home, solving nothing but invariably making things worse, both sides setting their jaws immovably and therefore uncommunicatively.’