unpretentiously love



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  • adverb In a manner that is not pretentious; sincerely, without affectation.

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  • adverb in an unpretentious manner


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unpretentious +‎ -ly


  • Julian Green, a spokesman for MillerCoors, said that the campaign's message of living the high life "unpretentiously" resonated in today's uncertain economy and was undiminished by not being able to use Super Bowl.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Hidden in a little lane on Huashan Lu, Time Passage has been drawing expats and locals alike into its "unpretentiously" decor-ed room since the mid-90s.

    Chinalyst - China blogs in English

  • I agree that this is a very clearly, respectfully, and unpretentiously written book that can serve as a companion to any artist.

    there’s still work to be done | clusterflock

  • It is written so clearly, so directly, so unpretentiously, with candour and endearing tenderness.

    Family Legacies « Tales from the Reading Room

  • It is the same one that has defined his own 23-year career, a humility in excelsis that has allowed him to weather an unparalleled level of scrutiny and adulation and still seem the unpretentiously modest child prodigy who scored his maiden first-class century at the age of 15.

    Sachin Tendulkar's Yorkshire roots helped make him a master of modesty

  • Hyped by the culturati, Marfa doesn't disappoint in the art and food department, yet stays unpretentiously true to its dusty cowboy roots.

    Drive-Through Vacations

  • It features a 14th-century wooden bishop, unpretentiously displayed on a raw pine pedestal, overlooking a couch and armchairs designed by Mr. Shapiro.

    Dealers Get Real

  • It also suggests, albeit discreetly, how smart he was: You'll find in its unpretentiously written pages references to the likes of Max Beerbohm, John Dowland, Robert Herrick, Martin Luther, H.L.

    Head of the Nice Guys Club

  • In "Pi", Kate Bush sings to 137 decimal places, rapturously, yet her singular lyrics are anchored by her southern English diction: she writes as unpretentiously as she speaks.

    My hero: Kate Bush by David Mitchell

  • Esther Kläs's engaging, unpretentiously reductive sculpture evokes the postwar, semiabstracted, universalist figures of Reg Butler, Germaine Richier and Kenneth Armitage.

    Abstracts (Subtle or Semi) And Bold Dimensions


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