unoriginality

[ UK /ʌnəɹˌɪd‍ʒɪnˈælɪti/ ]
NOUN
  1. the quality of being unoriginal
  2. uncreativeness due to a lack of originality
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How To Use unoriginality In A Sentence

  • Irish directors are the root of the problem, he says: an expletive-laden diatribe against their complacency and unoriginality demonstrates the depth of his feeling on the subject.
  • Now there's a true conservative's flare for unoriginality.
  • Contestants are rewarded for unoriginality and short-term profit gains, proving that the spirit of Enron will continue to thrive as long as audiences deem The Apprentice a hit, rather than giving it the miss it deserves.
  • In that case, they have nobody but themselves to blame for such vapidity and unoriginality. Times, Sunday Times
  • But the stance of aggressive unoriginality is still evident in The Proletarian Revolution and the Renegade Kautsky, written in late 1918.
  • Don't put it down to your unoriginality and slavish conformity, though - blame the laws of statistical physics. Times, Sunday Times
  • 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.
  • The very unoriginality of the slogans points to the fact that they're not in the authorial voice but are more description of the cultural landscape.
  • Is the moral of that position that translations must pursue unoriginality as a guarantee of authenticity? The Times Literary Supplement
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