unartfully

unartfully

(ʌnˈɑːtfʊlɪ)
adv
in an unartful manner
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But I had no time to pursue these reflections; for the gray horse came to the door, and made me a sign to follow him into the third room where I saw a very comely mare, together with a colt and foal, sitting on their haunches upon mats of straw, not unartfully made, and perfectly neat and clean.
So unartfully has the Poet managed this Incident, that Cordelia's noble Disinterestedness is apparent to all but him who was to be the most influenced by it.
has consistently refused to invalidate on equal protection grounds legislation which it simply deem[s] unwise or unartfully drawn." (105) And in a bevy of other cases, the Court has appealed to such phenomena as the "force of our precedents," (106) the "thrust of our ...
Moreover, the magic in question is a suspect art, only rarely practiced, by only a small number of self-selected practitioners, and often dubious from a religious or moral standpoint; whereas eating is universal, whether artfully undertaken, by the wise, or unartfully by everyone else, and it is seldom in that sense dubious.
The country as a whole may be moving on from the past (though it's a past to which older white folks, as candidate Obama so unartfully put it in 2008, tend to "cling").
(121) It is, therefore, simply implausible (pun intended) that the Court intended to do much more than clarify a plaintiff's obligations in this regard and thereby invigorate Rule 12(b)(6) practice, however unartfully it might have done so.