unremarkable

[ ri-mahr-kuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF unremarkable
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These details, unremarkable in themselves, were charged with a peculiar intensity.

The place is unremarkable for anything else, unless 32 it be the dirty and unpaved condition of its street.

My acquaintance with grave-diggers, considering its length, was unremarkable.

As compared with others of scenic celebrity, Yellowstone Lake is unremarkable.

Augusta pretended to be equally cheerful; and Nan, though a little pale and silent, behaved quite in an unremarkable fashion.

My childhood was unremarkable save that I was possessed by an insatiable appetite.

Mariana was not lovely, as had been the charmers of his own day; her features, with the exception of her eyes, were unremarkable.

Unremarkable ridges of moor-like hills running away, perhaps to a bunch of dramatic peaks on the southwest.

Their extravagancies of expression were by no means an unremarkable feature.

The Turkish cigarettes in Havana were unremarkable, yet, for the Cuban youth, the sign of worldliness.

WORD ORIGIN

1610s, from un- (1) "not" + remarkable. Related: Unremarkably.

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