Unimpressed by this "slow suffusion of inutile loveliness" (152), Lolita focuses on practical Americana: "my unfastidious
Lo would be charmed by toilet signs--Guys-Gals, John-Jane, Jack-Jill and even Buck's-Doe's" (153).
In Spanish America the easy going and unfastidious
Spaniard peopled the continent with half-breeds and met the natives half way in respect to religious and political institutions.
In the parlance of international affairs, Yasser Arafat is a "strongman," someone who rules his roost with cunning, guns and unfastidious
colleagues who do what needs doing.
On New Year's Eve, Lavin didn't like the unfastidious
play of some of his would-be starters.
His figure is unlucky for the stage; he is baker-knee'd and narrow-chest and owing to the shape of his lips it is utterly impossible for him to pronounce English in such a manner as to satisfy even the unfastidious
ears of the gallery" (62).