Meaning of unimpressively in English:

unimpressively

Pronunciation /ˌʌnɪmˈprɛsɪvli/

adverb

See unimpressive

‘Both men started unimpressively and appeared far from certain to have lengthy careers, but they were seen as investments and ones to be nurtured along, and as such a certain leeway was extended their way.’
  • ‘After the Games, he followed his illustrious team-mates into the NBA, but in the 14 years since, he has performed unimpressively in the main.’
  • ‘Aberdeen are playing unimpressively, but winning.’
  • ‘Sweden squeezed unimpressively past Macedonia 1-0 to take a provisional lead in group four.’
  • ‘When stripped of his theoretical armor, he limped along unimpressively in an intellectual no-man's land and didn't, it became apparent, have much to say.’