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unexciting

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunexcitingun‧ex‧ci‧ting /ˌʌnɪkˈsaɪtɪŋ◂/ adjective 🔊 🔊 ORDINARYordinary and slightly boring 🔊 After Tokyo, Okinawa seemed unexciting at first.
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unexcitingThe food was adequate but unexciting.After a glittering military career, Des is ready for what will be a comparatively unexciting civilian life.Part of the answer lies in the unexciting fact that he is prepared to take on the jobs.Sounds like the perfect recipe for a dull, unexciting game to me!And if that sounds unexciting, I have had a life full of turbulence, and I don't need any more.I threw the last one's sketches across his office and told him: shoddy, unexciting, no thanks.He made no effort to take up the reasonable but unexciting offer made him by his newspaper on his return to London.
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