Not unambitious for a country deeper in debt than the United States.
It was the close of a useful, unworldly, unambitious life, full of innocent enjoyment and deep affection.
It was not quick to move or easily excited; but stolid, cautious, unambitious, procrastinating.
Look how easy Hume is in his ordinary narrative—how unambitious Livy, in the greater part of his history.
It is the founding in an unambitious way of a comfortable home.
Who showed me how common and dull and unambitious I had been all my life?
Considered in its main outline, how very plain and unambitious is the history!
His unambitious character has made him many friends; he has few, very few, enemies.'
Harry, as may be supposed, being passive and unambitious, opposed it with all his might.
A sedate and unambitious recorder of facts, does not presume to describe her regions, or to enumerate her attributes.