undistracting

undistracting

(ˌʌndɪˈstræktɪŋ)
adj
not distracting; not showy or ostentatious
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Not having been to any of those exhibitions, whether at home or abroad, I am unable to compare their displays with the present admirably relaxed and spacious arrangement, where studies for particular projects are grouped together and accompanied by aide-memoire images of the end products in undistracting monochrome immediately above them, but there is one uncomplicated plus here.
There was always "Ed." They didn't expect to teach because they didn't expect to work, but it was "something to fall back on" (That meant death, not divorce.) Some girls chose the soft sciences like Sociology ("Soc") and Psychology ("Sike"), but most gathered in the undistracting and undemanding liberal arts.
Visually simple and undistracting, these spaces are designed to be highly flexible for producers, convenient for performers and comfortable for theatergoers.
The whole experience was the ideal way to beginning our marriage - sensual, romantic, relaxing and undistracting.
The lighting design for all three pieces, by Barry Browning, is always perfect - undistracting, unpretentious, and positively interesting.