unterrifying

unterrifying

(ʌnˈtɛrɪˌfaɪɪŋ)
adj
not terrifying or frightening
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That's three mistakes in four weeks from TV's increasingly unterrifying tycoon who thinks it's impressive to announce: "I'm off to have lunch with the Prime Minister."
So far, most of the images in this show are distinctly unterrifying. Angels wait in attendance; dimple with seductively innocent charm; float softly overhead; lend reassurance or inspire greatness.
And, showing his hand, revealing what is in his armoury, actually quoting the unterrifying one-liner, Propertius must be aware of, and want us to see, the impotence of the poet's retaliation.