unoriginal

[ UK /ʌnəɹˈɪd‍ʒɪnə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not original; not being or productive of something fresh and unusual
    his life had been unoriginal, conforming completely to the given pattern
    the manuscript contained unoriginal emendations
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How To Use unoriginal In A Sentence

  • The critics call its recipes bland, unhelpful, unoriginal and unhealthy. The Sun
  • In that case, they have nobody but themselves to blame for such vapidity and unoriginality. Times, Sunday Times
  • But Campbell's determination, courage and sheer guts save the book from dull unoriginality.
  • He called the new building unoriginal and said that it merely aped the classical traditions.
  • It seems as though the adult view of my generation is unoriginal. Times, Sunday Times
  • I didn't enjoy the format and found the thing tired and unoriginal.
  • Don't put it down to your unoriginality and slavish conformity, though - blame the laws of statistical physics. Times, Sunday Times
  • All the way through there are phrases, paraphrases and constructions that strike me as unoriginal.
  • The band's cuteness factor is off the charts, but it feels sort of self-designed, unoriginal and lame.
  • Perhaps the medical staff at their clubs should ban this inane and unoriginal routine. Times, Sunday Times
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