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Use "unglamorous" in a sentence
"There are exceptions, but for the most part routers are decidedly unglamorous, which is why they are generally secreted away under a desk or otherwise hidden from view."
"What these citizens care about, naturally, are bread-and-butter issues -- the kind of unglamorous reforms that Clinton, ever the policy wonk, excelled at."
"Naledge may have added Internet tactics to his hustle like a typical rapper-rhyming over pop-rap beats, making mix tapes, leaking tracks to blogs-but he's still dedicated to the kind of unglamorous grind that ruled the day in the seemingly distant past, pre-Soulja Boy, when nobody planned on being an overnight sensation and hip-hop artists thought further ahead than their next YouTube video."