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uninvolving

Syllabification: un·in·volv·ing
Pronunciation: /ˌəninˈvälviNG
 
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Definition of uninvolving in English:

adjective

Failing to engage someone’s interest or attention; dull: a pointless and uninvolving storyline
More example sentences
  • Overall, Late Nite Catechism proves mildly amusing, but slight and uninvolving fare.
  • For whatever reason, Brooks has decided to distance his characters from the audience, and the result is a cold, uninvolving experience.
  • Unfortunately, despite a certain amount of suspense in the first act, the story becomes increasingly convoluted and curiously uninvolving.

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