Definition of unadventurously in English:

unadventurously

Pronunciation /ˌənadˈven(t)SH(ə)rəslē/ /ˌənædˈvɛn(t)ʃ(ə)rəsli/

adverb

See unadventurous

‘Imagine England playing with a one-goal lead and 86 minutes of the clock to run down and you'll have some idea of how negatively and unadventurously they're being.’
  • ‘The rooms are unadventurously decorated in shades of pink, while the suites are decked out in peach.’
  • ‘If he unadventurously chipped the ball back into the fairway, I thought, he could save a par.’
  • ‘We had of course small classes, and I remember the standard of teaching as being unadventurously good.’
  • ‘Post the main course, we unadventurously order vanilla ice-cream with chocolate sauce for dessert.’