Definition of 'unspectacular'
Example sentences containing 'unspectacular'
The Sun (2009)
Solid and unspectacular will have to do.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Solid and unspectacular but put in a shift.The Sun (2013)
Small shareholders buy in the reasonable expectation that there will be steady if unspectacular returns.Times, Sunday Times (2013) The Sun (2016)
And he showed glimpses he could be the next target for the big clubs with a performance that was steady if unspectacular.The Sun (2011)
The Toon are solid but pretty unspectacular.The Sun (2009)
Clear is now performing well under a new management team and the workload is still steady, if unspectacular.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
His solid if unspectacular goal tally of six this season masks a contribution to the team which includes assists as well as brilliant link play.The Sun (2009)
He chipped well on those holes where his approach shots missed the green and his putting was steady, if unspectacular.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Proceedings were slow, interrupted and largely unspectacular as Durham sought to grind out a big total and hope not to bat again.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
This year will see a big push with the fledgeling TV business, which has been making unspectacular progress.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
He's had a steady but unspectacular season so far but has brought his car home in the points in all six races, with two podium finishes.The Sun (2010)
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