Examples from the Web for unspectacular
Meanwhile, Gonzaga has done what it always seems to do: play solid (if unspectacular) basketball all season long.
The actor's bizarre interlude essentially negated a solid if unspectacular performance by the Republican nominee for president.
Kenwick watching her, felt a little cheated by the unspectacular quality of her technic.The Rest Hollow Mystery|Rebecca N. Porter
Because of my guru's unspectacular guise, only a few of his contemporaries recognized him as a superman.Autobiography of a YOGI|Paramhansa Yogananda
She wasn't much to look at—not ugly, just small, brunette, and unspectacular—but she was a supernova of an assistant.Industrial Revolution|Poul William Anderson
There was an unusual amount of press interest in what might have seemed a routine and unspectacular hearing.The Great Gray Plague|Raymond F. Jones
British Dictionary definitions for unspectacular (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for unspectacular (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for unspectacular
1680s, from Latin spectaculum (see spectacle). As a noun, first attested 1890. Related: Spectacularly.