Definition of unexcited in English:

unexcited

Line breaks: un|ex¦cited
Pronunciation: /ʌnɪkˈsʌɪtɪd
 
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adjective

1Not feeling or displaying enthusiasm, eagerness, or strong emotion: he seems genuinely unexcited by becoming a major player in Hollywood
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  • I am unexcited about the possibility of purchasing another router.
  • When unexcited, this body of the common people, which makes up the effective force of the industrial community, is rather averse to any other than a defensive fight.
  • If you're unexcited about the Iowa caucuses, maybe this lady's enthusiasm will be contagious.
2 Physics Of or in the normal or lowest energy state.
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  • Hydrated electrons relax back to their unexcited state in about 50 femtoseconds.
  • It transitioned back to the unexcited state as field strength was increased from 58 V / cm to 60 V / cm (ULE = 58 V / cm).
  • Initially all the donors are unexcited and available to absorb incident excitons.

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