nondramatic

adjective
non·dra·mat·ic | \ ˌnän-drə-ˈma-tik \

Definition of nondramatic 

: not dramatic Shakespeare's nondramatic writings … the documentary-like capture of a fleeting moment of everyday life, its nondramatic unfolding in real time without obtrusive editing … —Joseph Luzzi

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nondramatically \ˌnän-drə-ˈma-ti-k(ə-)lē \ adverb
performed nondramatically

First Known Use of nondramatic

1856, in the meaning defined above

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