unadventurous

[ UK /ʌnɐdvˈɛnt‍ʃəɹəs/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. lacking in boldness
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How To Use unadventurous In A Sentence

  • It's a gambit typical of the calculated, unadventurous craftwork that shapes the whole film. Times, Sunday Times
  • First, I don't consider myself an unadventurous eater. Oaxaca please.......hold the mole?
  • In reality, I'm just a unadventurous kinda girl.
  • Post the main course, we unadventurously order vanilla ice-cream with chocolate sauce for dessert.
  • We've been really unadventurous and painted it in exactly the same colours as the living room in Halifax was (Crown Period Colours), which we really liked.
  • Extroverts tend to be more optimistic, positive, energetic and confident when compared with introverts, who are likely to be more passive, reserved, compliant, unassertive and unadventurous.
  • Even in the last couple of decades, Pamela has often been treated as an unadventurous or unappealing apprentice work - a stage that Richardson had to go through before he could get around to something worthwhile.
  • Holden was a willing player but rather unadventurous, while Sir Josiah proved imaginative but rash to a fault in his play! ANTI-ICE
  • At a certain point I determined that pretty much everything I was thinking about was pretty unadventurous and everyone knew it already so I kind of left my sketches and doodles aside and only fiddled with them when no one was looking.
  • Since then, his unadventurous diplomacy has led him to some roles unsuited to more outspoken figures.
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