unromanticized love

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  • adjective 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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.

    2006 October 10 « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • 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

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