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  • adjective Not mysterious.


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  • The forces conspiring to impose the global health threat of obesity upon us will be difficult to change but they are unmysterious.

    David Katz, M.D.: Obesity, Demystified M.D. David Katz 2010

  • "From the perspective of the species, it's perfectly unmysterious why people have children," she writes.

    If you expect children to make you happy, you will be disappointed 2010

  • Here, as in his more frequently discussed treatment of emotion, it is distinctive of James's approach that he tries to account for a large-scale personal-level psychological phenomenon in a realist but somewhat revisionary way, so as to be able to give his account using relatively simple and unmysterious explanatory resources.

    Attention Mole, Christopher 2009

  • How such panels acquired that trust would be a very unmysterious process -- simply by proving themselves accurate over time with the public, just as individual bloggers sometimes do.

    Eric Alterman contemplates whether he has "the typical liberal tendency toward fascism." Ann Althouse 2007

  • We are each conscious of ourselves and there is only one person in there: the difference between this photo of me and that one is unmysterious.

    Here's Looking at You, Syd Stoppard, Tom 2007

  • The English public, that part of it that thought about such things in the late 17th century, would almost certainly have heard of the Cartesian gravitational system, where Earth's orbit or rather Vortex was determined by an unmysterious ether.

    Monty Python it is not - The Panda's Thumb 2005

  • Indeed I do not recollect that I was even so romantic as to overcome my aversion to rats and rheumatism, those faithful attendants upon your noble relics of feudalism; and I much prefer a snug, modern, unmysterious bedroom, with well - aired sheets, to the waving tapestry, mildewed cushions, and all the other interesting appliances of romance.

    The Purcell Papers 2003

  • The flat, downward inflections of her voice are earnest, her performance as a whole played on the same unmysterious note.

    Surf's Up, Dude! Shakespeare Catches Wave in Central Park 2002

  • First the garage, but it was open and full of unmysterious farm equipment.

    Confession Nancy Pickard 1994

  • First the garage, but it was open and full of unmysterious farm equipment.

    Confession Nancy Pickard 1994


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