"Good old Joe" we called him, because he was possessed of all the old-fashioned virtues, and unassumingly lived up to them.
That evening found Selwood, quietly and unassumingly attired, examining the purlieus of Soho.
He unassumingly disposed himself for a stay, examined the backs of several books, and acted altogether as if he were at home.
He goes along quietly and unassumingly, writes a couple of failures and then—bang!
Unless you sat across the tea-table from him and now and then, while he quietly and unassumingly talked, met his eyes.
He is thoroughly dignified, and yet his manners are so unassumingly easy that one hardly notices them.
These virtues he wore modestly and unassumingly as an accustomed garment.