unspectacular


unspectacular

adjective

  1. of or like a spectacle; marked by or given to an impressive, large-scale display.
  2. dramatically daring or thrilling: a spectacular dive from a cliff.

noun

  1. a single television production featuring well-known performers and characterized by elaborate sets, costumes, staging, etc.Compare special(def 14).
  2. an impressive, large-scale display: another Hollywood spectacular.

adjective

  1. not of or resembling a spectacle; unimpressivea steady if unspectacular performance

adjective

  1. of or resembling a spectacle; impressive, grand, or dramatic
  2. unusually marked or greata spectacular increase in spending

noun

  1. a lavishly produced performance

adj.1680s, from Latin spectaculum (see spectacle). As a noun, first attested 1890. Related: Spectacularly.

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