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- adj. Not imposing
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not imposing; not commanding respect.
- Not enjoining as obligatory; voluntary.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking in impressiveness
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Growing up on a farm in southern Ontario, I inherited a very pioneering kind of self sufficiency that is very unimposing and very efficient.
It was dark when Williams's SUV reached Hope Village, an unimposing cluster of brick buildings on a side street in Southeast Washington.
Stuart gestures toward an unimposing collection of casuals kicking balls randomly in the distance.
Worcestershire made an unimposing 121 for seven, with the 17-year-old Derbyshire left-armer Tom Knight taking three for 16 from his four overs, but the hosts struggled in reply and were bowled out 16 runs short of their target.
Even when viewed from the King Memorial forecourt, the Mountain masses are unimposing.
Ms. Watson brings a sterling authority to the role of the unimposing Janet, a mix of unassuming diffidence and ambition—she'd volunteered for this service.
At first she was just another face on the street, nondescript and unimposing and as irrelevant to him as the rest of them were.
Physically unimposing, he speaks as if he mouths the words of some holy spirit.
Notwithstanding its distinctiveness, it is unimposing and unobtrusive -- barely visible from the Arts Quad, the historic heart of Cornell's sprawling campus.
Just across from the south tower, until Tuesday morning, stood St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, a tiny, unimposing structure surrounded by a parking lot six times its size--and now, to judge by photographs and TV images, eerily absent.