nonsensational love


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  • adj. Not sensational.


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non- +‎ sensational


  • "Abby and Brittany Turn 16" is handled with great care, the girls are given plenty of time to talk about their anatomy in nonsensational ways.

    Reality’s Believe It or Not

  • I don't think there's much of a market for that kind of wandering, slow, nonsensational journalism about people whose names you would not expect to hear on TV in the first place.

    Charles Kuralt's America

  • It is said to be one of the merits of the human mind that it is capable of framing abstract ideas, and of conducting nonsensational thought.

    The Analysis of Mind

  • Example of how nonsensational things are: When her friend Lilly (Emily Osment) throws a birthday party, she rents out the Santa Monica Pier.

    California Chronicle

  • The change is palpable from the helplessly childish response to Horowitz’s polemical ad in the Brown Daily Herald arguing against reparations in 2001 to a frank and reasonably respectful debate between college Republicans and Democrats prior to the presidential elections of 2004, to a nonsensational welcome for Rick Santorum at a campus lecture last year where many disagreed with him forcefully, but through the prism of rational discourse.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Brown University Welcomes Duke Rape Case Victim:

  • A sober, nonsensational account of Sheila’s murder, the mind-boggling series of events preceding it, and the nail-biting sequence of twists and turns in the investigation of the crime….

    Without Pity


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