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See definition of unfantastic on Dictionary.com
  • as inrealistic
  • as innaturalistic
  • as inpragmatical
  • as intrue-life
  • as inunromantic
  • as indown-to-earth

synonyms for unfantastic

  • businesslike
  • down-to-earth
  • practical
  • pragmatic
  • prudent
  • rational
  • real
  • reasonable
  • sane
  • sensible
  • sober
  • astute
  • commonsense
  • earthy
  • hard
  • hard-boiled
  • levelheaded
  • pragmatical
  • shrewd
  • sound
  • unidealistic
  • unromantic
  • unsentimental
  • utilitarian
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antonyms for unfantastic

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  • excited
  • impractical
  • inefficient
  • irrational
  • unrealistic
  • unreasonable
  • unsound
  • unwise
  • fanciful
  • insincere
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        How to use unfantastic in a sentence

        As for “an unfantastic reason” for his conduct, Dickens is not writing an “unfantastic” novel.
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        WORDS RELATED TO UNFANTASTIC

        • common
        • commonsense
        • easy
        • hard
        • hardboiled
        • hardheaded
        • matter-of-fact
        • mundane
        • no-nonsense
        • plainspoken
        • pragmatic
        • rational
        • realistic
        • sane
        • sensible
        • sober
        • unfantastic
        • unidealistic
        • unsentimental
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