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unstimulating

Syllabification: un·stim·u·lat·ing
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈstimyəˌlātiNG
 
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Definition of unstimulating in English:

adjective

Not arousing interest or enthusiasm: his current job is mundane and unstimulating unstimulating conversation
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  • All this is not to say that the exhibition is unstimulating or worth forgetting about.
  • The subject itself is often dreary and unstimulating to study unless you're aiming for a legal career.
  • The university would become even more of a sterile, unstimulating environment than it already is.

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