ADJECTIVE
  1. lacking interest or spirit or animation
    decrepit, colorless uneager things
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  • HuffPost's Sam Stein writes, Unwilling or perhaps uneager to let go of last week's scuffle over Mitt Romney's controversial distortion of an old Barack Obama quote, the Democratic National Committee announced on Monday a major ad campaign attacking the former Massachusetts governor's character. HUFFPOST FUNDRACE - Obama Takes A Page From Bush, GOP Targets Obama Through TV Ads, Palin Dead Enders Want Her To Reconsider
  • It should because Bush & Co. are philosophically and authentically uneager to crack down on their corporate cash base. Mark Green: Laissez Isn't Fair
  • The cost to Greece of default is relatively trivial compared to the cost to its creditors, mostly European banks uneager to take large write-downs. Everything's Fine With Greece, Just Ignore Some Facts
  • Randy eagerly shoved the single sheet of thin, white paper into the professor's uneager hand. Suicide Draft
  • How often have we refused to go out into the world and do something that leaves a worthwhile memory in its place because we were afraid, or because we were tired or discomfited or otherwise uneager to leave the safety and peace and comfort of our houses, couches, and DVD players? This Weeks DVD Releases
  • People know me as a calm, placid man, slow to anger, uneager for confrontation, but this ... this was the final straw. The Keg of Knob Creek : Bev Vincent
  • Japan is uneager to see a competitive united Korea. Eric Margolis: Is North Korea's Bark Worse Than Its Bite?
  • He was frequently abrupt, taciturn, uneager to please. Times, Sunday Times
  • Unlike the tax increases and some of the spending programs the president has proposed, which have little chance of passage in a deeply divided Congress uneager to raise taxes in an election year, his proposed cuts carry more weight as congressional committees begin writing spending bills that would reduce the government's red ink. Proposed Spending Cuts Trigger Complaints
  • But it is mostly with respect to Obama's evident reluctance to confront boldly the right-wing Bushites over the terrorism policies that I'd like to raise the question: how powerful are those Bushite forces against which Obama seems so uneager to go to war? Questioning Obama's Strategy Against Evil: Correlation of Forces
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