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uninspiring

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuninspiringun‧in‧spir‧ing /ˌʌnɪnˈspaɪərɪŋ◂ $ -ˈspaɪr-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 INTERESTING#not at all interesting or exciting 🔊 No one deserved to win this uninspiring game.
Examples from the Corpus
uninspiringThe restaurant's dessert selection was somewhat uninspiring.This was the wrong way to come to Rome, in such uninspiring company.She'd been moved from the uninspiring cupboard allocated to her by Stephanie on her arrival.But Charlton scarcely deserved to win an uninspiring game.No-one deserved to win this uninspiring game!Ostertag has an emotional and historical attachment to this generally uninspiring grape.Safety First, the uninspiring motto of his 1929 election campaign, represented his policy in political and economic matters.Both candidates turned in uninspiring performances in last night's debate.Labour, vilified as likely to spoil the Tory prosperity, remained a weak and uninspiring political force.The men are their usual uninspiring selves.Thul was an uninspiring speaker.
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