uncloying

uncloying

(ʌnˈklɔɪɪŋ)
adj
1. not cloying or satiating
2. not overly sweet or rich
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perfect balance with fullness of fruit and appealing honeyed caramel/toffee notes matched by a clean uncloying finish of great length.
Tempi were uncloying, gorgeous countermelodies were well assimilated, momentum ebbed and flowed like a breathing organism, and the music's underlying sense of mystery and indeed ominousness was never far away.
Looking fabulous in her flamboyant wardrobe (designed by Lee Choong-yeon), Yun winningly embodies that pleasant, loopy, slightly too-talkative grandmother everyone's either encountered or been related to, imbuing the old woman with an uncloying joie de vivre and simple desire for human connection that cuts to the heart; in sadder moments, she does most of her acting with her eyes, which can make her look terribly vulnerable and alone.
The poem, which could have dissolved into grotesque twaddle, instead works beautifully, not only because Saba maintains his tender but uncloying tone throughout, but because he closely and lovingly observes the creatures with which he compares Lina.
Angel-face aside, he has a range which spans his uncloying portrayal of a mentally disabled boy in What's Eating Gilbert Grape to Shakespeare's Romeo.
The poems, though, are not cold portrayals, but are infused with an uncloying sincerity and an understanding of human tragedy that is very much lacking in American poetry.
is uncloying entertainment that gives family fare a good name.
Whatever the case, Julian Smith conducts with uncloying emotion, and the orchestra responds magnificently.
Thornton makes for an unusually self-deprecating but entirely plausible Crockett, bringing a friendly, uncloying down-home quality to the most famous defender of the Alamo.