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  • adj. Not fanciful


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  • Robert Israel's multistory prison cells and second-act dungeon genuinely look as though they're made of pre-stressed concrete, and Florence von Gerkan's modern costumes Eastern Europe during Communism are accurate and unfanciful.

    Mirror-Image Operas Enjoy Identical Good Results

  • This has meant something in the psychology of so unfanciful a race.

    The California Birthday Book

  • No man but idealised her, unfanciful as he might be, not so much for her beauty or gifts, or for all combined, as because when she gave herself it would be for the last as it was for the first time.

    The Californians

  • I cannot help being angry and somewhat fretful at this; he has, to be sure, strong parts, but he is a coarse, unlettered, unfanciful dog. '

    Life Of Johnson


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