unimpressive

[ UK /ˌʌnɪmpɹˈɛsɪv/ ]
[ US /ˌənɪmˈpɹɛsɪv/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not capable of impressing
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How To Use unimpressive In A Sentence

  • The dancing of the principal ballerina added lustre to an otherwise unimpressive production of 'Giselle'.
  • Audio is unimpressive stereo, sounding a bit muffled and hollow.
  • Its own regulatory record is unimpressive : it was Citigroup's principal regulator.
  • The server interface is unimpressive in appearance, but it is very useful.
  • But then sometimes when you're upset, you are slightly unimpressive.
  • The recent track record has certainly been unimpressive.
  • The same want of kindling power in the national intelligence which made of the English Reformation one of the most sluggish and tedious chapters in our history, has made the still mightier advance of the moderns from the social system and spiritual bases of the old state, in spite of our two national achievements of punishing a king with death and emancipating our slaves, just as unimpressive and semi-efficacious a performance in this country, as the more affrontingly hollow and halt-footed transactions of the sixteenth century. Critical Miscellanies, Vol. I Essay 3: Byron
  • It is an unimpressive record for a city with pretensions.
  • Starring the unimpressive, muscle-bound Hawaiian Jason Momoa as Conan, it begins with his warrior father delivering him by Caesarian section using a dagger on his dying wife during a fierce battle. Conan the Barbarian 3D – review
  • She was a clever girl with a passion for books and an urge to write, but her academic achievements at Ripon Grammar School were unimpressive.
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