unceremonial


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Adj.1.unceremonial - without ceremony or formalityunceremonial - without ceremony or formality; "an unceremonious speech"
informal - not formal; "conservative people unaccustomed to informal dress"; "an informal free-and-easy manner"; "an informal gathering of friends"
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I did not wish my first encounter with a cigarette to be this unceremonial. class="MsoNormalI received it calmly and placed it between my two middle fingers like an expert, then took one long puff.
Standing imposingly with unceremonial grace on the Halban campus of the German University of Technology (GUtech) is the edifice of what is poised to be the focal point of all dwellings in the future.
Nageswara Rao, who was appointed to the post after the unceremonial ouster of CBI Director Alok Verma.
However, his unceremonial exit generated a big debate among the officers of police service of Pakistan.
Reflecting in terms of human relations, Tata job had been considered as 'secure' as a government job, the unceremonial dismissal of Mistry as chairman of Tata Sons has left the executives of the group shell-shocked as 'hire & fire' was never a part of Tata Group culture; a message going around social media and What's App reads as 'kitne bhi bade ho jao, job security toh sirf government job mein hi hai'.
They said any employee found guilty of irregularities should be dealt in accordance with law instead of their unceremonial dismissal.
To cite a few: the DAP fiasco, the decision not to certify as urgent the enactment of the freedom of information bill, the unceremonial firing of Pagasa head Prisco Nilo, and his tolerating the leadership of the House of Representatives to spearhead the move to amend the Constitution and to take up the divisive divorce bill in the 16th Congress.