no-nonsense no-nonsense

Definition(s):

  • (adj) not tolerating irrelevancies

Usage(s):

  1. Shopping, but we dig NexTag for its no-nonsense approach that's all about finding you the best deal.
  2. The site's clean, no-nonsense design lets you find what you want fast.
  3. In France she has tirelessly pursued intelligent reforms of the economy with a no-nonsense approach.

News

  1. Boston’s Best Security System Companies Now Available – SecuritySystemReviews.com

    Boston residents conducting home alarm and security systems comparison shopping now have the tools to help them in their search for the best systems in the market. Featuring the most current assessments on the industry, SecuritySystemReviews.com also offers a whole host of other online shopping tools to help no-nonsense homeowners make informed decisions on their security systems purchases ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: PRWeb

  2. JaMarcus Russell and Baltimore Ravens Would Be Perfect Match

    COMMENTARY | The Baltimore Ravens are accustomed to being a no-nonsense team, so adding one of the biggest first-round busts in NFL history doesn't seem to make a lot of sense. The rumors linking the Ravens and JaMarcus Russell will not go away, though, and for good reason. No other team makes more sense for Russell than the Ravens, and the former bust could bring a lot to the table for the ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Yahoo! Contributor Network via Yahoo! Sports

  3. Video: Welker says he can be himself

    ESPN analyst Herm Edwards reacts to new Denver receiver Wes Welker saying he can be himself in Denver. Welker, who is known for being fun-loving, excelled in New England. However, with no-nonsense coach Bill Belichick, Welker’s personality may have not been the greatest fit. Denver coach John Fox is known as a player’s coach and the Broncos have a loose locker room, which should fit Welker’s ...
    on June 10, 2013     Source: ESPN Blogs

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