Definition of unsensationally in US English:

unsensationally

adverb

  • See unsensational

    • ‘Litvin writes quietly, unsensationally and he knows that nothing in this world is very nice.’
    • ‘To plod through the diaries is to plod through life with them - slowly, quietly and unsensationally.’
    • ‘The latter's a saga that's all the more harrowing for being so unsensationally told; Sides knows enough to let the details speak for themselves.’
    • ‘We must solve these problems together by insisting that analysts and the media report on them unsensationally and unpatronizingly.’
    • ‘It's hard to imagine any other presenter doing this job as unobtrusively and unsensationally as Bruce, who you'd never have down as an ex-Marine.’