Meaning of unheroically in English:



See unheroic

‘Why would an otherwise brave hero - one of the greatest at Troy - act so unheroically at this point?’
  • ‘They also often act more selfishly and unheroically than the more likable characters.’
  • ‘The man himself was killed, merely 22 years old, allegedly, and rather unheroically, run over by a truck.’
  • ‘All this work goes on quietly, unheroically, with no awards, medals or statues of recognition.’
  • ‘In Britain, the badge of distinction awarded to historic buildings is unheroically called ` listing’.’