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If not, get creative and find a space that meets the criteria.

But, when the iPad Air is more of a creative or entertainment device, it’s amazing.

We brought together Eater editors Monica Burton, Brenna Houck, and Ashok Selvam for our Eater Talks event series to break down all the specific challenges restaurants face this season as well as the array of creative solutions.

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A focus on creative in-person experiences versus department stores is an acceleration of a pre-pandemic trend.

In addition to the drag queens participating in the race, many of the spectators began coming in creative costumes, turning the event into a Halloween costume party as well as a race.

As it turns out, this was one of the more uncreative ways to penetrate the border fence.

Change and variety are favourable to creative genius as they are unfavourable to uncreative study.

It is the uncreative critics, it is never the creative craftsmen, who dwell on the danger of taking too much interest in technic.

The facile, uncreative Wills was granted many chances, and in Charles I lost an opportunity to make a lasting drama.

In this respect the Italians, though apparently so uncreative, may be called more original than the Romans.

The animal world was proved to be equally uncreative, all its motive energies being referred to the combustion of its food.


On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to uncreative, such as: antiseptic, arid, aseptic, bare, barren, and bleak.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.