Definition of uninspired in English:

uninspired

Line breaks: un|in¦spired
Pronunciation: /ʌnɪnˈspʌɪəd
 
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adjective

1Lacking in imagination or originality: he writes repetitive and uninspired poetry
More example sentences
  • But the studio has done them a grave disservice with this uninspired and lacking disc transfer.
  • An uninspired second-half display took the gloss off a promising opening period, but pre-tournament warm-up matches often end that way.
  • Germany has repeated history by playing dull, uninspired, but highly efficient football to achieve maximum results with minimum effort.
Synonyms
spiritless, colourless, passionless, anaemic, stale, hackneyed, trite, derived, derivative, conventional, unadventurous, dull, banal, monotonous, lifeless, lacklustre, sterile, uninspiring, vapid, insipid, bland, dry, barren, flat, stodgy
informal hacky
2(Of a person) not filled with excitement: they were uninspired by the Nationalist Party
More example sentences
  • The majority of people are uninspired by the traditional parties.
  • Yes, many are also uninspired and greedy, just like many other people in many other businesses.
  • I like it, but I am uninspired by the misogynist slant I see.

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