unambitiously


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in an unambitious manner

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Rather than doing what is "possible" artfully or unambitiously, the election results indicate that the future hinges on the ability of the AK Party leadership to not stop at just breaking the spell of the control-minded tradition of the past.
Deprived people tend to come to terms with their deprivation because of the sheer necessity of survival, and they may, as a result, lack the courage to demand any radical change, and may even adjust their desires and expectations to what they unambitiously see as feasible.
Pic performed unambitiously on late January release, but the mostly sustained momentum and broad perfs make this a fun bet for fests.
Mark Hughes' men were organised, aggressive - and passed the ball tidily, if unambitiously.