unpretentiously


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un·pre·ten·tious

 (ŭn′prĭ-tĕn′shəs)
adj.
1. Lacking pretension or affectation; modest: a talented but unpretentious musician; an unpretentious speech accepting the award.
2. Not elaborate, ornate, or ostentatious: an unpretentious bungalow. See Synonyms at plain.

un′pre·ten′tious·ly adv.
un′pre·ten′tious·ness n.

unpretentiously

(ˌʌnprɪˈtɛnʃəslɪ)
adv
without pretension
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.unpretentiously - in an unpretentious mannerunpretentiously - in an unpretentious manner; "she was unpretentiously dressed even though she was the guest of honor"
pretentiously - in a pretentious manner; "this author writes pretentiously"
Translations

unpretentiously

advschlicht, bescheiden, einfach; speaknatürlich; writein einfachen Worten
References in classic literature ?
Cadwallader said that Brooke was beginning to treat the Middlemarchers, and that she preferred the farmers at the tithe-dinner, who drank her health unpretentiously, and were not ashamed of their grandfathers' furniture.
Our French isn't good enough to pronounce the fancy JLT bistro, but we do love a dish that advertises itself unpretentiously.
The unpretentiously adorable comedian and actress Tiffany Haddish violated Hollywood's long-standing unwritten rule about not wearing the same outfit twice.
This unpretentiously alluring wallet has an extraordinarily basic development: it comprises of two separate wallet sides that are joined by 4 bits of flexible.
They play with rifles and party unpretentiously and a bit wearily with the complex freedom they have.
Spaces, sites and monuments that are located in public spaces unpretentiously, have an important role in creating a sense of survival, memorability and place making and is important in development of individual and collective behaviors (Rodrigo 2011).
As CEO Laura Karet unpretentiously notes: "I'd like to say that we had agreed on a plan and knew that the world was going to change the way that it did.
The framing neither obscures nor objectifies the actors' nudity, instead offering a perspective that is at once detached and unpretentiously quotidian.
This gestural form was juxtaposed against classic Naglean geometries and odd colour pairings that unpretentiously elicited one's attention.
I'm speculating, I know, but I can only guess the food has something to do with it, the emphasis being on fresh, local, seasonal ingredients lovingly but unpretentiously prepared.
They seem unaware of the potential of their image, unaware of the manner in which their identity is unpretentiously communicated to shape the aesthetics of the current viewer.
Appel writes clearly, unpretentiously, yet allows his first-person narrators a bitingly sarcastic remark here and there, usually to highlight the absurdity of everyday social interactions.