unromanticized love

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  • adj. Not romanticized.

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Examples

  • Such a twist of fate this is, and such a difficult ground to tread upon in attempting to shed light on the unromanticized planes of truth.

    Good Fortune

  • Just the essential unromanticized facts of doing the thing.

    Fasting to a Comfortable Death

  • Doris Rosenthal was a daring explorer, a dedicated educator, and a painter of colorful and expressive yet unromanticized work representing the everyday life of Mexican Indians at a time when anti-Mexican sentiment in the United States was rife.

    Doris Rosenthal.

  • "[E] ven when it loses focus, [The Namesake] deserves credit for its graceful attempt to tell an all-American story with warm, unromanticized characters trying to discover who they are in a land too eager to impose its own definition on them," writes the AV Club's Keith Phipps.

    GreenCine Daily: Interview. Mira Nair.

  • Sarna offers compassionate but unromanticized portraits of all of them and makes clear that their failings, if profound, were never theirs alone.

    Igal Sarna’s Lost Israelis « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • What sets this book apart is its unromanticized presentation of modern India….

    THE WHITE TIGER

  • Sander's public career as an artist had been cut short by the rise of the Nazis, who banned his 1929 book "Face of Our Time," because its complex and unromanticized portrait of German society did not square with their Aryan ideal.

    Just Regular Volks

  • What I liked about the movie was that it was utterly unromanticized.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • I worry this show will fall between two stools: too touchy-feely and relationship-focused for sports fans, too verite and unromanticized for O.C. fans.

    Dead Tree Alert: Tuesday Night Football - Tuned In - TIME.com

  • It offers an unromanticized, sweeping and informed cultural history of European cities in the long twentieth century.

    Top stories from Times Online

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