unpoetically

unpoetically

(ˌʌnpəʊˈɛtɪkəlɪ)
adv
in an unpoetic manner
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The Brahmin legends assert that this city is built on the site of the ancient Casi, which, like Mahomet's tomb, was once suspended between heaven and earth; though the Benares of to-day, which the Orientalists call the Athens of India, stands quite unpoetically on the solid earth, Passepartout caught glimpses of its brick houses and clay huts, giving an aspect of desolation to the place, as the train entered it.
That we dwell unpoetically, and in what way, we can in any case learn only if we know the poetic.
23 in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, the toxin, unpoetically named PnTx2-6, reverses age-related erectile dysfunction in mice.