unexciting

[ US /ənɪkˈsaɪtɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /ˌʌnɛksˈa‍ɪtɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not stimulating
  2. not exciting
    an unexciting novel
    lived an unexciting life
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How To Use unexciting In A Sentence

  • In other towns innumerable counterparts lived similar, humdrum, unexciting lives.
  • Despite a somewhat unexciting personality, he became known as a sober and reliable commentator on the political scene. Times, Sunday Times
  • Next, in the standard Chinese version, the dialogue is less stiff than in English but it is flat and unexciting.
  • The next day was as boring, mundane, unexciting, humdrum, dull, tedious, uneventful and monotonous as usual.
  • An array of unexciting eateries were waiting by the bus station, their standards based on one-off long distance customers rather than repeat business.
  • We then went to the helleborine site, which is in the verge of a farm lane which runs along a narrow strip of woodland - I had always thought the wood rather unexciting and probably not of ‘ancient’ origin, and was absolutely astonished to find these helleborines.
  • Taxonomy is unexciting, but it needs to be done.
  • The venturer who successfully completes this abc journey will have experienced a logical but unexciting event.
  • He glamorized the absent parent - rejected the unexciting reality. FORESTS OF THE NIGHT
  • With this well credentialed cast, I expected a little more in the way of acting, but found most of it rather unexciting with very little differences between emotions.
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