unfancy

unfancy

(ʌnˈfænsɪ)
adj, -cier or -ciest
not fancy
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A carpet of unfancy gravel and fern and citrus plantings fill the yard.
David Denton 5 Didn't get much ball in hand but did unfancy things relatively well.
Stay cool and laidback (think: unfancy dates and a mix of being around friends and hanging solo).
Nozick claims that "since compensation is paid only to those who would be disadvantaged by purchasing protection themselves, and only in the amount that will equal the cost of an unfancy policy when added to the sum of the monetary costs of self-help protection pius whatever amount the person comfortably could pay" (113), there will not be a powerful incentive to leave the dominant association.
The plain and unfancy center of this new ensemble dance is unfortunately framed by Faganesque elements that have by now become as familiar as they are fanciful.
Accompanied by a cook, a boatman and, for the most remote leg of the journey, a Tucano Indian guide, we rode on a low-slung and decidedly unfancy wooden boat with some of our gear stashed on the wooden sunvisor-shelf overhead.
Out back in a grove of firs, 8 unfancy but clean lodge rooms are your jumping-off point for rafting the Klamath and Rogue Rivers or dipping into Ashland for a play.
Better to prove something in the middle reaches of the Premiership before trying unfancy footwork on your betters.