unflashy

unflashy

(ʌnˈflæʃɪ)
adj, -flashier or -flashiest
not flashy
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The Dragons have an embarrassment of riches in the back row with a pool that includes Ross Moriarty, Aaron Wainwright, Ollie Griffiths, Nic Cudd, Lennon Greggains and Basham, with the tough, unflashy Greggains another teenager who is rated highly.
On first glance, Seattle is decidedly unflashy. Walk the length of Pike Place market, in fact, where the stalls sell hippie t-shirts, sauerkraut and bagels, and the vibe feels happily countercultural.
HHHHI The gifts of the amazing young cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason are already renowned worldwide, but this wellattended recital also introduced us to the unflashy of his pianist sister Isata, more of a collaborator than accompanist in a well-chosen programme.
The biography reveals him to be an unflashy and private chief executive that certainly seems to be capable of upholding Jobs' legacy while carving out his own place in the company's history.
Barking's multicultural make-up seemed a world away from home and yet, in some ways, it was the same - an unflashy but decent place, with good people going about their business in unremarkable, yet occasionally eye-catching, surroundings.
Accompanied by either a fourpiece or full nine-piece band, Mali has performed at Manchester Jazz Festival and received notable support from the likes of Jamie Cullum, who praised her "real unflashy kind of approach" and likened her to "a milder Jill Scott / Erykah Badu, definitely one to watch".
Cantlay is a tidy but unflashy operator who held his game together along a windwept TPC Summerlin 12 months ago, but the Shriners is usually a birdiefest under clear, calm skies, where attacking, aggressive sorts can make hay.
Dior -- where flowers are never far away -- was utterly lovely but also determinedly unflashy.
It had been assumed that the Wales international would be firstchoice fly-half after the departure of Dan Biggar to Northampton, but head coach Allen Clarke has pledged to pick on form and Price, an unflashy player with a solid kicking and passing game, is evidently an early-season beneficiary.
It's been heart-in-mouth stuff for days, but finally the Wild Boars and their young coach are free and, God knows, I am in bits and overawed at this rescue effort -- at the pure unflashy heroism of these divers.
"In the Midst of Winter may not approach the kind of cult status [The House of the Spirits and her other books] enjoy, but in her seventies, Allende has an unflashy wisdom to offer, a maturity that illuminates her storytelling.