Synonyms of matter-of-fact
unsentimentalDictionary • He gave her the news in a matter-of-fact way.
flat • The past few days have been flat and empty.
dry • an infuriating list of dry facts and dates
plain • a plain grey stone house, distinguished by its unspoilt simplicity
dull • They can both be rather dull.
down-to-earth • She's the most down-to-earth person I've met.
lifeless • His novels are shallow and lifeless.
prosaic • the aimless monotony of our prosaic everyday life
unimaginative • Her second husband was a steady, unimaginative corporate lawyer.
unvarnished • The full unvarnished truth about the Duke should be made public.
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down-to-earthIf you say that someone is down-to-earth, you approve of the fact that they concern themselves with practical things and actions, rather than with abstract theories.
• She's the most down-to-earth person I've met.
• an infuriating list of dry facts and dates
dullIf you describe someone or something as dull, you mean they are not interesting or exciting.
• They can both be rather dull.
Thesaurus for matter-of-fact from the Collins English Thesaurus
a fact that is undeniably true
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