Normal and Unimposing


Normal adjective - Being of the type that is encountered in the normal course of events.

Unimposing and normal are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Unimposing" instead an adjective "Normal".


Unimposing adjective - Lacking in impressiveness.
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Normal and unimposing are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Normal" instead an adjective "Unimposing".

Both words in one sentence

  • One character in Primal Fury's normal beast a little, unimposing penguin.
  • Vocal Dissonance People who have never heard Misha Collins speak outside his role on Supernatural as Castiel (who has a deep, gravelly voice also somewhat at odds with his unimposing appearance) are often shocked by how different he sounds; Misha's normal voice is much higher-pitched.
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