View definitions for unenthusiastically


adverb as in flatly

adverb as in involuntarily

adverb as in reluctantly

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Example Sentences

According to Gallup, which has asked voters about how enthusiastic they are to vote for at least the last two decades, only about half of registered voters said they were more enthusiastic to vote in 2016 than they had been in previous elections.

The share of Democrats who say they’re more enthusiastic to vote this year is about 9 percentage points higher than the share of Republicans who say the same.

Some 67 percent of Americans said they are more enthusiastic than usual about voting, tying as the highest rate measured in previous elections.

From Vox

Their owners are generally enthusiastic and unlikely to trade-in their classic air-cooled Porsche coupes for an electric vehicle.

Not only have our customers been highly enthusiastic about the model, they have felt more comfortable suggesting it to their friends and family regardless of economic means.

From Fortune

“Maybe so,” Bess responded as unenthusiastically as she could, for she was afraid to let Nan even guess at her own excitement.

The firemen slashed unenthusiastically at the grass, which gave way only grudgingly and by inches.

"If we're keeping to our plan," she answered unenthusiastically.

"I had four years of it at the beginning," said George unenthusiastically.

I asked unenthusiastically, fingering the card and then glancing at my watch.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unenthusiastically, such as: blandly, dully, lifelessly, monotonously, sluggishly, and unemotionally.

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