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uninformative Line breaks: un|in¦forma¦tive
Pronunciation: /ʌnɪnˈfɔːmətɪv/

Definition of uninformative in English:


Not providing particularly useful or interesting information: the coverage is brief and uninformative
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  • In the phylogenetic analysis, 42 sites were parsimony informative, 47 were uninformative and 380 were constant.
  • Many proposed studies have inadequate designs that might lead to an invalid or uninformative answer to an otherwise useful question, but ethics committees can also create hazards to scientific validity.
  • Studio interviews are fatuous and location shots and features are so uninformative that they have to be spiced up with distorted camera angles and background music.

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