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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuninspiredun‧in‧spired /ˌʌnɪnˈspaɪəd◂ $ -ˈspaɪrd◂/ adjective  IMAGINE#not showing any imagination an uninspired performance
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uninspiredHis departure was considered a foregone conclusion since the lifeless Trojans were playing uninspired ball.Blanchard is the one that counts here, and her Cher is an uninspired knockoff.The uninspired prophet cut a rather lonely and ultimately inconsequential figure.Maria Alvarez, 15, was an uninspired student.It would be unfair to see these relatively uninspiring classrooms as merely products of uninspired teachers.I was left a little uninspired with his overall display although his flicks were magical.
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