List of Adverbs Starting with U and their example sentences.
|Adverbs Starting with U||Example Sentences|
|unilaterally||The Prime Minister is expected to reject the resolution unilaterally.|
|unacceptably||We do not tolerate the use of unacceptably strong language in this business.|
Unacceptably, we were forced to stop production due to missing materials needed for the production line.
|unambiguously||Her opinions are explicitly clear, making it unambiguously clear where she stands on this topic.|
Unambiguously answer the question, act without a doubt.
|unambitiously||Unambitiously set low expectations, discounting personal involvement.|
|unaccountably||Unaccountably, there was no reason for the error, and we could not find a fix for the problem in time for production.|
|unanimously||The council unanimously voted for the initiative.|
|universally||A new poll suggests that the public is universally against the rise in interest rates.|
|unattractively||I unattractively recommend you to visit this place because the service is better than the taste of the food.|
|unassertively||As he stood there, unassertively, I was secretly excited at his presence.|
This restaurant is unassertively known for its quality of food.
John is unassertively and unfailingly kind to everyone.
|undeniably||Dave is an undeniably skilled public speaker.|
|undoubtedly||Once you’ve finished the game, you’ll undoubtedly be eager to start over again.|
|uncertainly||I was uncertainly waiting for their arrival.|
|unchangeably||In my eyes, they were unchangeably beautiful.|
|unconfidently||Their love seemed unconfidently secure.|
|unemotionally||Unemotionally, we will review our options for the new financial year.|
|unduly||Unduly, management wants everyone to feel a sense of urgency.|
|unashamedly||It was unashamedly beautiful when I entered the room.|
I unashamedly recommend you to watch this movie because it is funny and a great escape.
|unarguably||Is it unarguably true that students are becoming less and less literate?|
I can unarguably say that anyone who doesn’t watch your movie is either dead or an alien.
We must ensure that we are using unarguably and unashamedly effective tactics.
|ulteriorly||Ulteriorly, the leak was caused by damage to the pipeline.|
Ulteriorly, I should have brought a coat.
We ulteriorly hope to reverse the decline in frog populations.
|ultimately||If a marketing campaign is ultimately downright sneaky, delete the email and forget it exists. |
I liked the novel but ultimately decided it was not for me.
|uncomfortably||Before going to bed, she checked on her children, who were uncomfortably hot under the blankets.|
My home is uncomfortably hot during the summertime.
|uncommonly||The party elected an uncommonly long list of officials.|
|undoubtedly||She’s an undoubtedly terrible driver.|
Undoubtedly, the new production numbers have been impressive.
|usually||Maggie usually feels uncertain about social events she’s looking forward to.|
|undramatically||It was undramatically announced yesterday morning.|
Undramatically, the company plans to introduce these changes in stages over the next four months.
|uneasily||They were working uneasily with the new president.|
Uneasily, we think that our best days might be behind us.
|unusually||He seemed unusually quiet when I saw him last week.|
|unfeasibly||The decision was made unfeasibly quickly.|
|unemotionally||He doesn’t seem to see the problems others are facing, he has no sympathy for them, and his words are in part unemotionally spoken.|
List (210 Words)
- Adverbs starting with ‘a’
- Adverbs starting with ‘b’
- Adverbs starting with ‘c’
- Adverbs starting with ‘d’
- Adverbs starting with ‘e’
- Adverbs starting with ‘f’
- Adverbs starting with ‘g’
- Adverbs starting with ‘h’
- Adverbs starting with ‘i’
- Adverbs starting with ‘j’
- Adverbs starting with ‘k’
- Adverbs starting with ‘l’
- Adverbs starting with ‘m’
- Adverbs starting with ‘n’
- Adverbs starting with ‘o’
- Adverbs starting with ‘p’
- Adverbs starting with ‘q’
- Adverbs starting with ‘r’
- Adverbs starting with ‘s’
- Adverbs starting with ‘t’
- Adverb of Frequency
- Adverb of Place
- Adverb of Number
- Adverb of Manner
- Adverb of Degree
- Conjunctive Adverb