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- adjective Not
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- adjective not exacting in nutritional requirements
- adjective marked by an absence of due or proper care or attention to detail; not concerned with cleanliness
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While it's complete folly to compare Etruscan to Latin nowdays considering that they're understood to be unrelated, it would be moderately forgiveable that some unfastidious academics are convinced that it means 'boy' based on Latin puer in reference to the boy Tages, even if naive from a grammatical point of view3.
There was no doubt that a band of ogres-or a mob equally unfastidious - had spent several days hanging around.
The crowd, soon uncomfortably larger, diverted itself by taking oratorical views of his guilt or innocence: but the prevailing opinion of the prisoner personally was expressed by one in an unfastidious proverb: "Grosse crache, grosse canaille."
Mr. Claiborne's cheap eloquence is perhaps suited to the unfastidious taste of a lower latitude; but we prefer those stories, too few in number, in which the homely words of Dale are preserved.
It was with a child's eager interest and pliant imagination that Bessie looked and listened, -- susceptible, credulous, unfastidious.
There was such a vast understanding in Toohey's eyes and such an unfastidious kindness -- no, what a word to think of -- such an unlimited kindness.
But the staff of the Banner was as unfastidious as its policy.
It was not the coarse brave cry of the gull that can breast tempests and dive deep for unfastidious food.
Bestiality (except in one form to be noted later) is, on the other hand, the sexual perversion of dull, insensitive and unfastidious persons.
The châlet is a fair hostelry for unfastidious travellers, its chief drawback being the propensity of tourists to get up at three o'clock in the morning in order to behold the sunrise from the Hoheneck.