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Pedantic, unimaginative and presumptuous, Theobald was the logical choice for a Dunce King in 1728.
And perhaps Jane venerated him still more for his more stern and unimaginative philosophy.
But they meant more than just that, for there were few, even among the unimaginative, who did not feel drawn to that door.
One of these points is the comparatively hard and unimaginative character of its mythology, conforming to that of the race.
His tradition is a high one; he is often a man of exceptional quality, but the system is unimaginative and inflexible.
His simple and unimaginative nature could in nowise relate itself to this alien faith, this alien language.
And you, sir, have lived an unimaginative obstructionist and never can hope now to emerge from it.
THE POISON BELTARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
Their conversation is cold, reserved and unimaginative to a degree which, for a long time, is very tedious.
Mr. McGuffey, always slow and unimaginative, shouldered the skipper aside, and calmly surveyed the ghastly apparition.
CAPTAIN SCRAGGSPETER B. KYNE
They probably put little faith in Bentham's Utopia, except as a remote ideal, and an ideal of unimaginative minds.

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