OTHER WORDS FROM unassumingun·as·sum·ing·ly, adverbun·as·sum·ing·ness, noun
How to use unassuming in a sentence
Rounding out the Virginians, Gerald Ford’s home was an unassuming Colonial in Alexandria, with an enclosed garage that served as an office for the Secret Service while he was president.
As for our own era of great power struggles, it is partly a matter of recovering the quiet, unassuming example of George Shultz.George Shultz Showed U.S. Foreign Policy Is Strongest When We Combine Realism and Human Rights|Robert D. Kaplan|February 9, 2021|Time
If we allow it, it can expand our space to transform—this potential space that is slight, humble, and unassuming.
She was dressed unassumingly enough in black, and she wore an apron also of some black material.A Butterfly on the Wheel|Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
"Good old Joe" we called him, because he was possessed of all the old-fashioned virtues, and unassumingly lived up to them.Tramping on Life|Harry Kemp
“I wait,” Ngurn prompted after a long pause, the long-handled tomahawk unassumingly ready in his hand.The Red One|Jack London
He rose and stood aside unassumingly, as Pillbot bent over the scrawls on his charts, clucking interestedly.The 4-D Doodler|Graph Waldeyer
That evening found Selwood, quietly and unassumingly attired, examining the purlieus of Soho.The Herapath Property|J. S. Fletcher