[ UK /ʌndɹəmˈætɪk/ ]
  1. lacking dramatic force and quality
    moved with quiet force and undramatic bearing
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How To Use undramatic In A Sentence

  • They are always presented in fairly undramatic standard portrait poses.
  • And the final tally was undramatic: about 220 minor arrests; one police officer and one protester hospitalized. David Tereshchuk: Bloomberg's Media Plan for Occupy Eviction -- and His Failure
  • The writing style grips the attention from the dramatic opening to the wonderfully undramatic quote in the sign off paragraph.
  • This time, after all the chat about non-events, undramatic behaviour and what seems like 100 years of solitude, the thud causes both of us to jump.
  • If you wish to experience how undramatic a play can get, check out this one.
  • On this occasion Czech conductor Jiri Belohlávek is neither unlyrical nor undramatic, but more thoroughly -- well, having already mentioned two of three classical poetic modes, one could do worse than to dub Belohlávek's style here "epic". An Unamplified Voice
  • Its work in fulfilment of that task must necessarily to a large extent be a slow, patient, undramatic operation based on continuing negotiations with all parties concerned. An Address by Dag Hammarskjold
  • moved with quiet force and undramatic bearing
  • Much psychiatric medicine is undramatic stuff , involving the prescription of drugs to uncommunicative patients.
  • He was divorced and living alone and he could see that this could be the undramatic end to what had been a short life. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS
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