unexcited

[ UK /ˌʌnɛksˈa‍ɪtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not excited
    made an unexcited appraisal of the situation
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How To Use unexcited In A Sentence

  • I am excited for the New Super Mario Bros. because it will give me something fun to play with my girlfriend, and unexcited about The Last Guardian because I will finally have to scrape up funds for a PS3. No Winners, No Losers
  • I have an interview for this job, and every day leading up to this interview, my boyfriend has become more and more unexcited about this job opportunity for me.
  • made an unexcited appraisal of the situation
  • Eventually, her heart began to slow down, until it reached its perfectly normal, unexcited, pedestrian pace.
  • I'm depressed by the state of the world at large and I'm unexcited by most of the people I know.
  • The girl on the information desk looks similarly unexcited.
  • He was unexcited by the subject of the novel, and was in any case preoccupied with his impending departure for America.
  • "I suppose one could say that," Alexander replied, his voice sounding dull and unexcited.
  • The survey found 56 percent of Republicans were either ambivalent or unexcited by his candidacy.
  • And 51\% of "unexcited" voters will defeat 49\% of even the most "inspired" voters. HolyCoast.com
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