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unremarkable

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Pronunciation: /ʌnrɪˈmɑːkəb(ə)l
 
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Definition of unremarkable in English:

adjective

Not particularly interesting or surprising: his early childhood was unremarkable an unremarkable house
More example sentences
  • The result is a highly inoffensive, passable sound which has its interesting, if unremarkable, moments.
  • From the outside, the garden looks unremarkable: just a black, rock wall with a concealed entrance.
  • The street is ordinary and the block of flats that the camera chooses to linger over is plain and unremarkable.

Derivatives

unremarkably

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adverb
Example sentences
  • She worked steadily, though unremarkably, for another 10 years until, at the age of 29, she was offered a Seventies sitcom which revolved around a couple trying to live off the land in Surbiton.
  • Requiem's central characters are also big city drug dealers who want personal liberty, but they have no idealistic notions about freedom, and they are unremarkably dressed.
  • And it failed its first significant test last week, when both parties were undone by something unremarkably predictable - the possibility of a presidential election.

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