unexaggerated


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unexaggerated

(ˌʌnɪɡˈzædʒəˌreɪtɪd)
adj
not exaggerated or overblown
References in classic literature ?
I would have you investigate it now with the sole view of forming to yourself some unexaggerated, intelligent estimate of whatever battering-ram power may be lodged there.
The pencil is conscious of a delightful facility in drawing a griffin--the longer the claws, and the larger the wings, the better; but that marvellous facility which we mistook for genius is apt to forsake us when we want to draw a real unexaggerated lion.
I like unexaggerated intercourse; it is not my way to overpower with amorous epithets, any more than to worry with selfishly importunate caresses.
Her narrator in Adam Bede (1859) famously promotes the "difficult" aesthetic project of drawing "a real unexaggerated lion" over the "delightful facility in drawing a griffin" (160).
The New York Times described her as "wonderfully musical, unexaggerated and unmannered," words that more or less encapsulate the quality of her dancing in a vast array of classical and contemporary works.
CSR advertisements primarily adopt a story-telling approach to present a single CSR event, allowing for the conveyance of a simple, unexaggerated message.
The advertisement shall be real and unexaggerated, not leading to confusion or ambiguity with other products or activities.
By the same token, axonometry is considered expedient precisely because it is literal, unexaggerated, undistorted.
Both of these issues should matter little though as the precise, unexaggerated tone the Primo 8s deliver lives up to their growing reputation.
With detailed and unexaggerated documenting of Baker's sporadic involvement in the civil rights movement of the early 1960s and adamant resistance to Jim Crow segregation, Guterl's aim appears to be to convince his readers that Baker was more than a self-serving and thoughtless seeker of fame.
But the true tragedy is that time and time again, events have proven these words to be true, unexaggerated and perhaps even understatements which don't reflect current reality strongly enough.
One major summarized the state of conditions while entrenched with Punjabis in simple, unexaggerated staccato: "Heat is appalling and only just beginning.