plainish

plainish

(ˈpleɪnɪʃ)
adj
1. rather ordinary-looking
2. rather simple; without much adornment or show
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Beginning with orange and chocolate chip pancakes, the reader is made hungry with photos of some plainish, and other really fanciful offerings; apple pie is one.
The metallic silver accessories really elevate this look and take a plainish black dress out of snoozy territory.
She normally goes for a plainish pizza/pasta but was glad she'd tried something different and found it extremely flavoursome.
Naive - you bet - young, plainish virginal girl falls for some squillionaire with very strange habits but awfully good taste in ties and exceptionally long fingers.
Compared with the rest of the week's female lineup--most of them Fox News regulars or campaign-trail veterans who all radiate the same lean, broadcast-ready spiffiness--Kantor and Ross, both staid plainish women in their middle years, seem refreshingly bookish and faintly ill at ease before a crowd.
The burger was marinated in plainish periperi and came with accompaniments of lettuce, tomato and mayo.
Among the inhabitants are Marty (Jodhi May), a plainish peasant girl forced to sell her hair to wig-makers, self-made timber merchant Melbury (Tony Haygarth) and taciturn woodsman Giles (Rufus Sewell), for whom Marty has long held a silent torch.
The plainish, roadside exterior gives little clue to the character inside where features include exposed beams, open fires and window seating.