unpretendingly

unpretendingly

(ˌʌnprɪˈtɛndɪŋlɪ)
adv
without pretence
References in classic literature ?
Crisparkle, less considerate of me, and less unpretendingly good and true.
Vesey and Miss Halcombe were richly clad (each in the manner most becoming to her age), the first in silver-grey, and the second in that delicate primrose-yellow colour which matches so well with a dark complexion and black hair, Miss Fairlie was unpretendingly and almost poorly dressed in plain white muslin.