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unspirited Line breaks: un|spirit¦ed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈspɪrɪtɪd/

Definition of unspirited in English:

adjective

Lacking energy, enthusiasm, or determination: they remain one of the league’s most passive and unspirited teams
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  • It was a particularly unspirited time for the Anglican church in Sydney.
  • All of the games are likely to be unexciting, unspirited contests.
  • If the people are unspirited in the city, they will be unspirited in battle.

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