untheatrically love


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  • adv. In an untheatrical way.


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untheatrical +‎ -ly


  • Because Nadal so thoroughly, so untheatrically, outplayed Federer in every possible facet Sunday, beating him 6-1, 6-3, 6-0 to win a fourth consecutive title at Roland Garros.

    King of clay: Nadal powers way to fourth straight French crown

  • On a small stage four gipsy girls, in unfashionably and untheatrically decent gowns of white, blue, or red, with flowers in their hair, sat in a semicircle with one subtle, silent, darkling man among them.

    Familiar Spanish Travels

  • He has transplanted himself untheatrically to the scenes of battlefields and set himself undisturbedly to the task of dying.

    Out To Win The Story of America in France

  • Surprisingly, the towering beam of light is barely evident, with Jarrow's plotting requiring it to be untheatrically extinguished at the climax.



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