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- adj. Not pompous.
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- adj. not pompous
At least, though, she deals with some of the problems in a serious but accessible and unpompous way, without using technical terms like ‘rigid designator’ (surely that is (pace you) a point in her favour), and she gives good links as pointers – to scholarly, often the original, articles, not just to Wikipedia.
Soon the new queen established an unpompous royal style.
As for Clive Pritchard, he bicycles to his office every day and has become quite unpompous.
He was also a delightfully unpompous senior officer who treated each person as an individual of worth.
"On a subject where there is plenty of pomposity to go around, I think he's a pretty unpompous guy," Hartman said.
But by and large, speech radio in Britain is a marvel: civil, unpatronising, unpompous.
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But in a short time, Vinius, by declaring to him that these noble, unpompous, citizen-like ways were a mere affectation of popularity and a petty bashfulness at assuming his proper greatness, induced him to make use of Nero’s supplies, and in his entertainments not to be afraid of a regal sumptuosity.
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