[ UK /ʌnkɹiːˈe‍ɪtɪv/ ]
  1. not creative
    an uncreative imagination
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  • Much more, and certainly not the short-term uncreative thinking Taxpayers are being presented with. America's Overnight Transformation
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  • And can the most uncreative of people receive flashes of inspiration once their head hits the pillow? Times, Sunday Times
  • It was uncreative, unimaginative and lacking any spark.
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  • It's not that his life was barren, nor was he uncreative, blank, and inartistic.
  • The uncreative majority follows along. Times, Sunday Times
  • At school, maths was the driest, most uncreative subject for me.
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  • What bothers me the most about the film industry is when productions take a mediocre and uncreative script and think that they can turn it into a piece of brilliant artwork by stacking their cast.
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