Definition of unreliably in English:



See unreliable

‘The average wind turbine produces less electricity in a year than the average family car: they produce high - cost electricity unreliably.’
  • ‘But another part of me likes having a backup network, one that I can reach, if unreliably, from across the street.’
  • ‘Miller is a first-rate intellectual but an unreliably quirky, quixotically overcerebral, hit-or-miss director.’
  • ‘Therefore, many of the missiles crashed or performed unreliably.’
  • ‘First, data on law firm clientele are sporadically and unreliably available.’