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uninspiring

adjective as in barren

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To call them mediocre, uninspiring, and stale would be overly generous.

Ever canny if uninspiring, John Boehner admitted as much in his recent remarks.

I got into design, I had an agency for a while and I just dumped that because it was very soul-sucking and uninspiring.

Super Bowl counterprogramming has a short and uninspiring history.

Professional sports has a singularly unheroic and uninspiring precedent for treating those with a medical problem.

The world of human beings would then be just as dull and uninspiring as a waxwork show.

If the exported cloth was uninspiring in its lack of variety the same charge cannot be brought against the imported stuffs.

Tram-lines, in London, seem more or less confined to the uninspiring North and East and their suburbs.

He had seen others, almost his equal in rank, swept relentlessly back to their old uninspiring avocations.

Our national anthem is a peculiarly flat and uninspiring specimen of eighteenth-century opera libretto and opera music.

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On this page you'll find 418 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to uninspiring, such as: flat, dull, fruitless, futile, lackluster, and profitless.

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

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