1. without excessive behaviour, emotional impact, or flamboyance
⇒ I thought I'd make a fairly undramatic farewell., ⇒ Vuillard painted small and undramatic domestic scenes in fin-de-siecle Paris., ⇒ It was all presented in such a low-key and undramatic fashion.
2. not typical of or suitable for dramatic performance
⇒ While the film's been praised by critics, those who don't like it call it undramatic., ⇒ What the actor does – lie down, get up, shower, eat – is not scripted and is undramatic
in the extreme.
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