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Synonyms for unadventurous

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lacking in boldness

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It is a safe release, and certainly not a bad one, just a little unadventurous.
Blue macaws Blu and Jewel have three children in this competent but unadventurous sequel with the usual eco message about the Amazon.
Rio 2 is a competent but unadventurous film which lacks the cheeky colourfulness of Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs 2.
Director Justin Chadwick has a keen eye for period detail and his lens captures the raw beauty of the African countryside, but his direction is unadventurous at its best and, at its worst, a little dull.
Biggar, who won his 16th cap last week against England, has frequently been criticised as error-prone or unadventurous.
Robert Eid has stated that the sound presentations indicate the potency of the banking industry and the compassionate setting of the economy over and above the bank s constant attention to accomplish maintainable enlargement in combination with an unadventurous ethos for credit segment.
Home captain Rob Key, having posted an unadventurous half-century from 114 balls, was unbeaten with 55 while Ben Harmison kept him company for two hours, limping to 27 not out.
Call me unadventurous but you know where you are with a hamster.
CAIRO: Ahmed Elmohamady's Sunderland were punished for an unadventurous display after losing 1-0 at promoted West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League on Saturday.
The writing was on the wall from the start as Hull boss Nigel Pearson employed a fairly unadventurous 4-5-1 formation.
The book is marketed with garish pink, hearts and flowers and bubbly titling and it is a light and structurally unadventurous novel for an adult reader with vocabulary appropriate for 10 to 12s.
The architecture is largely unadventurous, but a section on proposed new mosques across Europe shows the potential for more inventive approaches.
The young man who looked after Adams's house, and helped himself to tea and biscuits for a few weeks, was the distinctly unadventurous Stephen Fry.