Definition of unimaginative in English:

unimaginative

Line breaks: un|imagina|tive
Pronunciation: /ʌnɪˈmadʒɪnətɪv
 
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adjective

Derivatives

unimaginatively

adverb
More example sentences
  • It was really a rather lazily researched and unimaginatively produced explanation for the demise of the pub as England's unique offering to the world of entertainment.
  • Avoid room service - the burgers we ordered around midnight were badly cooked and unimaginatively (though speedily) served.
  • Most of the major house builders now recognise that it is not sufficient to produce an unimaginatively designed house that lacks size or character.

unimaginativeness

noun
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  • In fact, the whole album smacks of unimaginativeness.
  • Adulthood is being equated with unimaginativeness, as if childhood is the only realm of the imagination.
  • The second fault I want to plead guilty to is carelessness in my statement of your view, and unimaginativeness in applying it.

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