unfastidious

adjective un·fas·tid·i·ous \ ˌən-fa-ˈsti-dē-əs , -fə- \

Definition of unfastidious

: not fastidious : not extremely or excessively careful, selective, difficult to please, etc.
  • They are … notoriously unfastidious in their appearance, careless about deportment and singularly lacking in ambition.
  • —Tony Jenkins

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1816


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