untrendy

untrendy

(ʌnˈtrɛndɪ)
adj, -dier or -diest
not trendy or fashionable; outdated
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"A Reverence for Untrendy Human Troubles: David Foster Wallace's 'Good People,' Ernest Hemingway's 'Hills Like White Elephants,' and American Minimalist Narration." Amerikastudien/American Studies (Heidelberg) 62.3 (2017): 397-412.
Perez's recent works, by contrast, describe an untrendy optimism for a post-Anthropocene era.
But it also has an untrendy belted case, and requires a "long" action.
who treat of plain old untrendy human troubles and emotions and in U.S life ...
Demand is expected to continue declining as RTD tea has lost its appeal amongst consumers, suffering from the health trend, an untrendy image and a lack of product innovation and marketing.
"Martin, in many people's eyes, is probably considered untrendy or whatever word you want to use - he's not the sort of manager people are going for.
Sales were driven by the fact that consumers are migrating from the rather untrendy RTDs/high-strength premixes to ciders, which are seen as more modern, particularly in terms of dry/semi-dry cider/perry.
The neighborhood might be a great option for a family looking for a little more space than they could afford in Manhattan, particularly if they're willing to live somewhere decidedly untrendy.
While the idea of a sleeping bag--coat hybrid may seem untrendy and even rebellious, it will appeal to those who can't leave home without their multifunctional devices and accessories.
In the land of house-cured pickles and barrel-aged cocktails, this decidedly untrendy place rests its reputation on turkey dinner and flaming Spanish coffee.