plainish

plainish

(ˈpleɪnɪʃ)
adj
1. rather ordinary-looking
2. rather simple; without much adornment or show
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@twlldun Trump cancelled a trip to the Danish Because of them making it plainish That Greenland's off limits And if you are him it's Enraging because he is vainish.
Beginning with orange and chocolate chip pancakes, the reader is made hungry with photos of some plainish, and other really fanciful offerings; apple pie is one.
The metallic silver accessories really elevate this look and take a plainish black dress out of snoozy territory.
She normally goes for a plainish pizza/pasta but was glad she'd tried something different and found it extremely flavoursome.
Naive - you bet - young, plainish virginal girl falls for some squillionaire with very strange habits but awfully good taste in ties and exceptionally long fingers.
Compared with the rest of the week's female lineup--most of them Fox News regulars or campaign-trail veterans who all radiate the same lean, broadcast-ready spiffiness--Kantor and Ross, both staid plainish women in their middle years, seem refreshingly bookish and faintly ill at ease before a crowd.
Older daughter's chicken breast fillet in wrap, cut in half, with 'plainish' sauce (marinated in peri-peri but grilled with no added spice) and spicy rice side, pounds 8.15, was a generous wrap full to bursting.
Among the inhabitants are Marty (Jodhi May), a plainish peasant girl forced to sell her hair to wig-makers, self-made timber merchant Melbury (Tony Haygarth) and taciturn woodsman Giles (Rufus Sewell), for whom Marty has long held a silent torch.