unquixotic

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

un- +‎ quixotic

Adjective[edit]

unquixotic (comparative more unquixotic, superlative most unquixotic)

  1. Not quixotic.
    • 1977, Brian Bond, Ian Roy, War and society: a yearbook of military history, Volume 2
      The old chivalric code and a more modern code of honour reveals itself in Stuart literature and the behaviour of quite unquixotic Englishmen.
    • 2006, Frederick Alfred De Armas, Quixotic frescoes: Cervantes and Italian Renaissance art
      The astonishingly unquixotic behaviour in the 1615 novel occurs when faced with the very essence of the Christian's knight's foes: death and the devil.