Definition of unexcited in English:

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unexcited

Pronunciation: /ʌnɪkˈsʌɪtɪd/

adjective

1Not feeling or displaying enthusiasm, eagerness, or strong emotion: he seems genuinely unexcited by becoming a major player in Hollywood
More example sentences
  • The survey found 56 percent of Republicans were either ambivalent or unexcited by his candidacy.
  • Even the companies who make robots seem pretty unexcited about them.
  • The girl on the information desk looks similarly unexcited.
2 Physics Of or in the normal or lowest energy state.
Example sentences
  • In most materials in their normal state, there will be far more electrons in the unexcited lower energy level orbitals then there are in the more energetic excited ones.
  • Nuclei with full shells of protons, neutrons, or both are said to have magic numbers and, if unexcited, are usually spherical.
  • Initially all the donors are unexcited and available to absorb incident excitons.

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