unadventurously


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unadventurously

(ˌʌnədˈvɛntʃərəslɪ)
adv
in an unadventurous manner
Translations

unadventurously

adv directedeinfallslos; dressed, decoratedbieder, hausbacken; rather unadventurously they chose Tenerife againeinfallslos or wenig abenteuerlich, wie sie sind, haben sie sich wieder für Teneriffa entschieden
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The filmwas "produced and largely crewed by Italians and helmed by Algerian Rachid Benhadj," according to a brief 2005 review in Variety, which complains that the film "sticks unadventurously close to its literary source, which works best with the…scenes of Choukri's nightmarish childhood.
The Mitsubishi Mirage looks quite smart, if a little unadventurously styled.
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Steph had a chocolate pecan and caramel tart while Rosa, again unadventurously, had milk.
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They have done so because his best 11 is set up far too unadventurously, with little forward movement from the full backs, his insistence on deploying two holding midfielders, and his failure to recruit a set of forwards that are up to the job of providing an adequate supply of goals.
My wife unadventurously chose the lamb roast dinner with roast potatoes, vegetables and Yorkshire pudding.
As chief executive of Lloyds TSB he was the safe pair of hands, the back to basics banker who stuck unadventurously to what his bank did well at home, actually selling what had looked like a promising distraction in New Zealand.