untowardly


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un·to·ward

 (ŭn-tôrd′)
adj.
1. Improper; unseemly: untoward behavior.
2. Unfavorable or adverse: an untoward incident.

un·to·ward′ly adv.
un·to·ward′ness n.

untowardly

(ˌʌntəˈwɔːdlɪ)
adv
in an untoward manner
adj
an archaic word for untoward
References in classic literature ?
Elton, in the course of my life, that if things are going untowardly one month, they are sure to mend the next.
Though it might look unimportant for law abiding citizens, it is still a precautionary measure against anything that may happen untowardly.
But I'm fortunate, with a lot of people it lies them low but with me, it doesn't, it hasn't affected me untowardly so I'm lucky as far as that goes.