undramatically


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undramatically

(ˌʌndrəˈmætɪkəlɪ)
adv
in an undramatic manner
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Adv.1.undramatically - in an undramatic mannerundramatically - in an undramatic manner    
dramatically - in a dramatic manner; "he confessed dramatically"
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England's hopes of the final ended undramatically, Chapman tapping Chris Jordan for a single at the start of the 18th over to ensure the run-rate.
England's hopes of making the final ended undramatically, Chapman tapping Chris Jordan for a single at the start of the 18th over to ensure the run-rate.
Easing off the throttle immediately and undramatically brought it back onto course.
It's still quite quick through that wonderfully creamy gearbox with its light clutch, the steering is pinsharp and well weighted and it stops easily and undramatically from speed.
But you'd be reinforcing the notion of writing as a mysterious force, to be harnessed whenever it shows up, rather than a humdrum activity you choose, undramatically, to do.
The brakes were really well-balanced for feel and power to slow it quickly but undramatically and the brake held it on a steep slope without any slippage.
The brakes were really well balanced for feel and power to slow it quickly but undramatically, and the brake held it on a steep slope without any slippage.
73, 73 (1971) (arguing that structural violence "kills, although slowly, and undramatically from the point of view of direct violence").
It slowed and stopped the car undramatically and quickly and the parking brake securely held it on the steepest hills.
The business program unfolded smoothly if undramatically.
Alexandre asks for nothing more than to be given a chance to live undramatically, to simply be:
which unabashedly aestheticizes the outskirts, the periphery, that which lies undramatically to the side.