unemphatic[ em-fat-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF unemphatic
Synonyms for unemphatic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNEMPHATIC
The hour with Geoffrey was like a poultice on his wound—so mild and unemphatic was it.
It is unemphatic, and has lost all its force as an adverb of place.
It was graceful, unemphatic, composed of playful repartee and merry glances.
Her face was oval, smooth in outline, with a nose just Jewish enough for the beauty of suave curves and unemphatic outlines.
The unemphatic way in which she sometimes made important suggestions was one of Aunt Elsies peculiarities.
In unemphatic words, it was also frequently mute; so that hit was frequently written it, as in modern English.
Thus, in the unemphatic parts he would turn away and not be continually “nosing his interlocutor” or talking directly to him.
This was an emphatic reply to what was probably a very vague, general, unemphatic question.
He could never have described the scene except in loose generalities about buildings of contrasting height and unemphatic color.
Even the lank, straw-coloured hair hardly showed the streaks of yellow-white that offered their unemphatic clue to Wark's age.