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Synonyms for modest

Synonyms for modest

having or expressing feelings of humility

not forward but reticent or reserved in manner

morally beyond reproach, especially in sexual conduct

not lewd or obscene

not elaborate or showy, as in appearance or style

not excessive or extreme in amount, degree, or force

suited to or within the means of ordinary people

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marked by simplicity

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not large but sufficient in size or amount

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free from pomp or affectation

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not offensive to sexual mores in conduct or appearance

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low or inferior in station or quality

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humble in spirit or manner

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limited in size or scope

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The three-day event is said to promote inclusivity by focusing on diversity, creativity, education and the future of modest fashion.
According to the research on the wedding market in the first half year, people are more likely to choose a modest bridesmaid dresses to attend a wedding.
Beyond the various interpretations, we all agree on the idea that modest fashion means loose clothing, comfortable dressing and covering of the body according to a person's own comfort.
In your autobiography, you say your time with Modest Mouse was the best time of your life.
Marks & Spencer revealed outfits from its new SS19 Modest Collection at the event, which features on-trend pieces with relaxed tailoring, shapes and prints on flowing fabrics, stylish high neck maxi dresses and wide leg crepe trousers.
Modest fashion -- which usually comprises loose, comfortable clothing that is less revealing than its conventional alternative -- is now a $44 billion industry (Dh161 billion), according to the "State of the Global Islamic Economy Report" produced by Reuters in collaboration with DinarStandard.
Modest drinkers also had significantly less improvement in their AST levels, compared with nondrinkers, said Veeral Ajmera, MD, of the University of California, San Diego, and his associates.
Despite the PSEi's modest gain, market breadth was negative, indicating selective buying.
But even with the ancillary economy surrounding sports betting, such as gambling, entertainment, food and lodging, the benefit for state and local taxes would still be "modest," according to the Fitch report.
However, this is no longer the situation as the mainstream designers are championing modest fashion as the 'go to' look.
The concept store is named after a scarce fern and stocks a number of local and regional modest labels.
Vanessa Friedman, the New York Times chief fashion critic, declared 'modest fashion' a defining trend of 2010s.
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As the name suggests, 'modest fashion' is clothing that conceals rather than accentuates the shape of the body.
For the last couple of years, the fashion world has been seeing the rise and reign of "modest fashion." Jewish and Muslim-founded brands, as well as fashion giants like Dior and Valentino, have been busy at work demonstrating that covered-up, demure clothing can be stylish and trendy, and big retailers got the memo as well; last fall, the Japanese chain Uniqlo collaborated with designer Hana Tajima, who created decidedly modest pieces, some styled on hijab-wearing models.