unimaginative

[ ih-maj-uh-nuh-tiv, -ney-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF unimaginative
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They were a phlegmatic race, placid, unimaginative, reposeful.

Looking at him, I thought they must indeed be an unimaginative set!

Peasants were greedy, narrow, unimaginative, lacking in public spirit.

There are, of course, some among the thirty who are unimaginative and unenterprising.

And, in his unimaginative way, he thought he had spoken too gently.

Larner was not a gullible individual, but neither was he unimaginative.

I thought he was the most dull, unimaginative man I had ever met.

I decided the whole approach was unimaginative and unworthy of me.

It is unimaginative, flat, dry and likely to consist of mere wind.

This generation is gloomy and unimaginative in its conception of art.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., ymaginatyf, from Old French imaginatif and directly from Medieval Latin imaginativus, from imaginat-, stem of Latin imaginari (see imagine). Related: Imaginatively; imaginativeness.

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