unflamboyant

adjective
un·​flam·​boy·​ant | \ ˌən-flam-ˈbȯi-ənt How to pronounce unflamboyant (audio) \

Definition of unflamboyant

: not showy or ostentatious : not flamboyant a modest, unflamboyant style of dress

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unflamboyantly adverb

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Gray-haired, unflamboyant, provincial, the very definition of keep-calm-and-carry-on, Mrs. May seemed to be exactly what England wanted. Katrin Bennhold, New York Times, "Theresa May Stumbles Awkwardly to Election Day," 7 June 2017

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First Known Use of unflamboyant

circa 1934, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of unflamboyant was circa 1934

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