Definitions

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  • adjective Not exotic; mundane, commonplace.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ exotic

Examples

  • "Better stick to salvage, Becker," she said in unexotic Basic.

    Massage

  • The study reported that 25 million more planned to try yoga within the next year — enough to make it as unexotic an Eastern novelty as Chinese food or judo.

    Striking a Pose

  • The study reported that 25 million more planned to try yoga within the next year — enough to make it as unexotic an Eastern novelty as Chinese food or judo.

    Striking a Pose

  • The study reported that 25 million more planned to try yoga within the next year — enough to make it as unexotic an Eastern novelty as Chinese food or judo.

    Striking a Pose

  • Resolutely unexotic is the recent The Marsalis Family: A Jazz Celebration (Marsalis Music/Rounder), which manages to pack a lot of Crescent City musical and family history into one disc.

    New Orleans' 'Hot Men' Keep Jazz Cooking Forward

  • Resolutely unexotic is the recent The Marsalis Family: A Jazz Celebration (Marsalis Music/Rounder), which manages to pack a lot of Crescent City musical and family history into one disc.

    New Orleans' 'Hot Men' Keep Jazz Cooking Forward

  • Resolutely unexotic is the recent The Marsalis Family: A Jazz Celebration (Marsalis Music/Rounder), which manages to pack a lot of Crescent City musical and family history into one disc.

    New Orleans' 'Hot Men' Keep Jazz Cooking Forward

  • Yet the resulting account of his travels is in many ways unrevealing and remarkably unexotic.

    Merchants and Pirates

  • It sounds like a Tintin adventure, yes, but it's really quite unexotic.

    Gawker: Valleywag

  • It sounds like a Tintin adventure, yes, but it's really quite unexotic.

    Gawker

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