Definition of uninspiring in English:

uninspiring

Syllabification: un·in·spir·ing
Pronunciation: /ˌənənˈspī(ə)riNG
 
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adjective

Not producing excitement or interest: an uninspiring game that Chicago scarcely deserved to win
More example sentences
  • More dull, bland, insipid and uninspiring commercial radio is on its way!
  • Even their more normal-sized vehicles are uninspiring and dull.
  • It was bland and uninspiring - and, we suspected, possibly cooked from frozen rather than being fresh.
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Derivatives

uninspiringly

adverb
More example sentences
  • He, meanwhile, was doing his world famous impersonation of a lamp post - and very good he is at it, too - standing tall, if uninspiringly, on the baseline and whacking the ball back and forth with metronomic regularity.
  • She proceeded, uninspiringly: ‘I've been working in this area a long time…'
  • They are, to all appearances, uninspiringly decent, law-abiding individuals whose only excess is to bawl silly chants into the BBC's ever-live microphones.

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