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  • adj. Alternative form of unstagy.

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Examples

  • The only question was whether an author so fastidiously unstagey, who never underlines his intentions, would be able to accommodate himself to the conditions of a medium that discourages the elliptical method.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 152, April 18, 1917

  • It established her at once as an unstagey ingenue -- simple, unspoiled, unacquainted with the formulas and formalities of the world.

    Children of the Whirlwind

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