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unfussy

Syllabification: un·fus·sy

Definition of unfussy in English:

adjective

Not fussy: a simple unfussy design
More example sentences
  • Its phones have always been among the more elegant on the market, reflecting a certain Scandinavian love of unfussy, almost austere design.
  • Whatever your tastes, they offer another option for those seeking clean, unfussy accommodation pitched somewhere between traditional urban hotels and gruesome city-centre hostels.
  • Light, fruity, exceptionally unfussy and clean, this is a refreshing lunchtime wine for summer - and a welcome addition to any cellar.

Derivatives

unfussily

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adverb
Example sentences
  • By the time we've sat down - dark wooden tables lit unfussily by candles wedged in wine bottles; chairs and pews endearingly non-matching - we already feel at home.
  • Everything is done unfussily for economy and efficiency: the clothes, the hair, the look and the way she talks.
  • The next visit to the court continues to tell the story clearly, with the drama moving on unfussily but cogently.

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