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The world of human beings would then be just as dull and uninspiring as a waxwork show.THE COMMON SENSE OF SOCIALISMJOHN SPARGO
If the exported cloth was uninspiring in its lack of variety the same charge cannot be brought against the imported stuffs.MEDIVAL BYWAYSLOUIS F. SALZMANN
Tram-lines, in London, seem more or less confined to the uninspiring North and East and their suburbs.HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS IN LONDONMRS. E. T. COOK.
He had seen others, almost his equal in rank, swept relentlessly back to their old uninspiring avocations.THE MOUNTEBANKWILLIAM J. LOCKE
Our national anthem is a peculiarly flat and uninspiring specimen of eighteenth-century opera libretto and opera music.HUMAN NATURE IN POLITICSGRAHAM WALLAS
It had a small garden but it faced directly on the walk and was a most uninspiring color.A SON OF THE MIDDLE BORDERHAMLIN GARLAND
It could not be the committee, whose pompous and uninspiring spring visit had taken place only the week before.A COUNTRY DOCTOR AND SELECTED STORIES AND SKETCHESSARAH ORNE JEWETT
The room was worse than pokey, it was shabby; and the view from the window, of chimney pots and slate roofs, wholly uninspiring.ANNA THE ADVENTURESSE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
Deane sat in his chair, looking through the dusty window out into the court,—a dull vista enough, and uninspiring.THE GOLDEN WEBANTHONY PARTRIDGE
WORDS RELATED TO UNINSPIRING
- big yawn
- ho hum
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