nonspectacular

adjective
non·spec·tac·u·lar | \ˌnän-spek-ˈta-kyə-lər, -spək-\

Definition of nonspectacular 

: not spectacular or special : unspectacular Couldn't I be kind of attractive in a nonspectacular sort of way?— Andrew M. Greeley

First Known Use of nonspectacular

1858, in the meaning defined above

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