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If we can work together to find one, we can even motivate politicians to follow suit.

From Fortune

What motivates parties to change, compromise, and adapt is the pain of loss, and the fear of future losses.

From Vox

With the Olympics looming next summer, the NBA is motivated to get back to a more traditional timeline.

David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler seem convinced that ideas and political philosophy do not motivate voters.

We shouldn’t let guilt or victimhood drive our efforts, but should be motivated instead by personal responsibility for ourselves and our fellow man and woman.

From Fortune

I feel unmotivated to work on the short story, rather than do nothing, I simply switch to the novel draft or a nonfiction article.

But after failing to make the cut at the reality-TV show, he felt unmotivated to lose weight.

Unchallenged by a competitive industry and unmotivated by a bottom line, federal workers often work fewer hours.

Third, he wants to turn America into a Euro-paradise for the shiftless and unmotivated.

Ramos says November could be a “disaster” for the Democrats with an unmotivated Latino base.

Melodrama obviously does depend on story-happenings often unmotivated and forced on the characters by the will of the dramatist.

The withholding of food is entirely unmotivated by the narrator.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unmotivated, such as: apathetic, dull, everyday, humdrum, indifferent, and lazy.

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