unflashy

unflashy

(ʌnˈflæʃɪ)
adj, -flashier or -flashiest
not flashy
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He may have been largely unspectacular, unflashy and far from the most eye-catching performer out on the pitch, but his dogged nature makes him a perfect addition to any Championship side.
But for New York--based design firm Visibility, founded in 2012 by soft-spoken 27-year-olds Joseph Guerra and Sina Sohrab, making unflashy objects is their holy grail.
Faletau made ground with ball in hand and did a lot of unflashy work that every side needs to be done.
May's unflashy, undemonstrative style is a refreshing change.
Dell's venerable Inspiron series has been a reliable source over the years for wellbuilt, good value, but ultimately unflashy Windows laptops.
Did all the unflashy work and played as big a part as anyone.
Transfixing the masses, his lesson in unflashy showmanship proved compelling.
If I were a shoe, it would be a brown brogue - dull, unflashy, doesn't fit into every social occasion.
Authentic locations and effectively unflashy FX in tense adventure that somehow manages to be both bleak and naive.
Although little is known of his early life, Mantel has imagined the details of his humble beginnings and Mark Rylance plays him with unflashy understatement and an irreverent humour that ensures our sympathies are with him from the start.
This country is blessed with deep-thinking, unflashy pianists (at least two of them were in the audience), and Lewis is certainly up there with the best of them.
This country is blessed with deep-thinking, unflashy pianists and Lewis is certainly up there with the best of them.