Sentence example with the word 'unambitious'

unambitious

desireless, inappetent, meek, nirvanic, unaspiring, unattracted, undesirous, unenthusiastic, unobtrusive, unpresuming, unpretending

Definition adj. having little desire for success or achievement

Last update: September 27, 2015

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Ram is an unambitious boy.   [Please select]

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When Herodias's brother Agrippa was appointed king by Caligula, she was determined to see her husband attain to an equal eminence, and persuaded him, though naturally of a quiet and unambitious temperament, to make the journey to Rome to crave a crown from the emperor.   [Please select]

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The unambitious colonists of New England and New York were to be left to till their stony farms in quiet.   [Please select]

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This man was Theodosius the Great, a young man then,--as modest as David amid the pastures, as unambitious as Cincinnatus at the plough.   [Please select]

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However, he determined to proceed with his narrative, and speak of the hero when it was needful, but with an unambitious simplicity.   [Please select]

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For a young woman to dream of eating pickles, foretells an unambitious career.   [Please select]

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And the Princess Mary willingly acceded, being devoted to her husband, and unambitious for herself.   [Please select]

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Ganganelli was the plainest, and, apparently, the most unambitious of men.   [Please select]

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Measured by our modern scale of pleasures he led a very inglorious, unambitious, and rude life.   [Please select]

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He was generous, unambitious, frugal-minded, somewhat lacking in energy, and just as actively interested in his brother's welfare as in his own, which is perhaps not saying much.   [Please select]

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Their songs are in keeping with this character; leisurely, unambitious, and brief, but in beauty of voice and in high musical quality excelling all other music of the woods.   [Please select]

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