unromantic

[ UK /ʌnɹə‍ʊmˈæntɪk/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. neither expressive of nor exciting sexual love or romance
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How To Use unromantic In A Sentence

  • An unromantic aide of Churchill said simply that she mixed "sex and politics".
  • So unromantic, so banausic, so thoroughly unappealing, yet for all that imponderably heroic. Stephen Fry: The Great Stink of 2005
  • In fact, it would be fair to describe her as unromantic in her attitudes to love, marriage and compatibility.
  • Ian Storey as Erik looks unromantic, but acquits himself well in this uncharacteristically Italianate role.
  • Fish is cooked in ovens of hot stones, along with sweet potatoes wrapped in leaves, served with the leaves of an edible hibiscus, unromantically called ‘slippery cabbage’ and boiled with coconut milk.
  • The film's brutally unromantic conception of religion is summed up in this one scene.
  • It was about time inflation kicked in, but some will question the unromantic decision to replace paper money with plastic debit cards, thus stymying those of us who like to hide a £500 note under the board to save for a rainy day, or chuck all our money in the air when we win. Monopoly Revolution predicted to be Christmas toy bestseller
  • Generally flooded by cold lighting, Boyd's and Piper's stage provided a ferociously unromantic setting for this most famous of romantic tragedies.
  • The by-law proposal is only the product of the utterly unromantic and dreary administrative process of harmonizing all the old bylaws left over from the pre-amalgamated municipalities that now make up Toronto.
  • Others, like The Good Samaritan, have a bitter humanity to them that will have even the most unromantic of you crying into your cappuccino.
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