Definition of undramatic in English:

undramatic

Syllabification: un·dra·mat·ic
Pronunciation: /ˌəndrəˈmadik
 
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adjective

1Lacking the qualities expected in drama: an undramatic libretto
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  • Yet for all its spectacle, including the climax, when Orpheus is all lit up as a constellation, the ballet's narrative element is undramatic and Bintley's love duets are disappointingly bland.
  • This Little Life is like that - unassuming, undramatic, moving, utterly compelling and highly recommended.
  • This undramatic recording by Opera Lafayette of Washington DC stems from a 2002 staging.
1.1Unexciting: research tends to be undramatic and unglamorous
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  • Unexciting and undramatic, maybe, but this would virtually double the effects at the grass roots.
  • Any changes undertaken to avoid these deaths will probably be undramatic, and lacking in the public attention given to Sarah's Law.
  • It is a splendid novel composed with a poised restraint and admirably captures the contrast between Henry James's vibrant fiction and the elusive, undramatic quality of his own life.

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