(Latin: suffix; able manner, capably)

Forming adverbs corresponding to adjectives in -able.

1. Difficult or impossible to impeach: "The witness testified unimpeachably during the trial."
2. Beyond reproach; blameless: "They behaved unimpeachably during the trip."
3. Beyond doubt; unquestionable: "She produced unimpeachably many works of greatness."
unjustifiable (adjective)
1. Impossible to excuse, to pardon, or to justify; not justifiable.
2. Incapable of being justified or explained.
unpalatable, unpalatability, unpalatably
1. Not pleasant, agreeable, or acceptable to the taste or mind; for example, "We had an unpalatable meal at that restaurant."
2. Not tasting good: having an unpleasant taste.
3. Disagreeable or unacceptable; obnoxious: "I can not tolerate his unpalatable behavior."
unquestionably (adverb), more unquestionably, most unquestionably
In a manner that leaves no room for doubt or uncertainty; indisputable: Mr. Deal, the principal of the school, spoke in an unquestionably firm voice when he told the playground bully that he would be permanently expelled from the school unless he behaved himself.
1. In an unfaithful, undependable, or unreliable manner.
2. Characterized by not being reliable or not to be relied or depended on.
unseasonably (adverb), more unseasonably, most unseasonably
Not at the most suitable time: The weather where Tom lives is unseasonably cold while where his brother lives is unseasonably warm.
1. In an unsociable manner.
2. Not congenial; incompatible.
variably (adverb), more variably, most variably