low-key


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Synonyms for low-key

Synonyms for low-key

not irritating, strident, or loud

Synonyms for low-key

restrained in style or quality

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Scots stars Belle and Sebastian thrilled loyal fans last week with a low-key set of old classics and songs from their stunning new album, The Life Pursuit.
2% of them -- when asked whether their government was adopting a low-key posture -- replied yes.
With Quebec's three most important film festivals (the veteran World Film Festival, the funky upstart Festival of New Cinema and New Media, and the always surprising Festival du Cinema en Abitibi-Temiscamingue) come and gone, and a rather low-key presence of Quebec productions in all of these events, one has to wonder what happened to all the Quebecois films shot over the past year.
Subsequent to these incidents, the FBI developed and employed new techniques that included low-key negotiations coupled with a reduction in visible signs of a paramilitary and special weapons and tactics team presence.
Residents said the low-key ceremony reflected her personality.
Founded by longtime dance teacher and studio owner, Irma Ziegler (and her daughter Shari), Headliners aims to be a well-organized, relatively low-key adjudicated performance competition that identifies and rewards talented young dancers, first at regional and national competitions.
The limb project, part of The Cambodia Trust, was conceived in 1989 when Carey and two friends set up the Trust to help broker a peace process in Cambodia through low-key talks which would then be taken up at an international level.
In fact, the space is not planned for one focal activity, but as a place where people are likely to be engaged in casual exploration -- some low-key guided exploration, as well as self-directed activity and energy outlets such as rocking, walking or pacing.
Summary: World-famous film star Angelina Jolie will be spending time with Syrian refugee families in the Bek Valley over the next few days, part of a brief, low-key trip to Lebanon in her role as special envoy for United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
London, July 7 ( ANI ): Kylie Minogue did her best to blend in with the crowd with a low-key look at the Wimbledon.
Summary: The Princess Royal is expected to mark her 60th birthday in a low-key manner, spending it privately with family.
He stays low-key about successfully solving the town's problems, of course, confiding only in his best friend, a gnome called Big-Ears, who's ever-congratulatory.
As the action takes place in the weeks just after 9/11, we learn what happened to Eric and a variety of characters who play potential roommates and witness the perceptive low-key conversations Eric has with his best friend, Josie (Elizabeth Kapplow), who's starting to have second thoughts about bringing a child into this world.
David's lyrical, cultured, familiar (from BBC productions) voice is perfect for this low-key, late coming-of-age tale.
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