from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having no intellectual, emotional, or spiritual excitement; dull. See Synonyms at dull.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. not inspired; dull or dry
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of uninspire.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not inspired: as, uninspired writings.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having no intellectual or emotional or spiritual excitement
- adj. deficient in originality or creativity; lacking powers of invention
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San Antonio's ineptitude, although the Spurs seemed listless and uninspired from the start of Game 4.
One characters reference to the offstage writer's story being "uninspired" rang a little too true.
Brain too. aleex if you are so briliant go and make movies...because the one you call "uninspired" is making more money in each movie than you in 10 years xD
And "uninspired" because I haven't been working on a play I've started (alert the media!), and because I haven't written anything on the Huffington Post.
Cat Powerâ€™s â€œThe Greatestâ€ may be a popular song, but itâ€™s the kind of uninspired tepid country that has disappointed a lot of the musicianâ€™s previous fans of her subtle but intense tunes.
Dark Orpheus - I've been a little "uninspired" by the Bookers lately too!
I don't spend too much time in Beverly Hills, and besides, the name sounded kind of uninspired to me.
The analyst said sales trends at Chico's women's clothing subsidiary, White House/Black Market, won't be enough to offset the effect of "uninspired" merchandise at Chico's.
But despite being encouraged with the benefits for Time Warner Telecom from consolidation, the analyst is still "uninspired" with respect to valuation.
Thus the nature and place of _man_, under the influence of these "uninspired" literatures and cultures, became more and more important as both his person and his position in the cosmos ceased to be interpreted either in those terms of the moral transcendence of deity, or of the helplessness and insignificance of his creatures, which inform both the Jewish-Christian Scriptures and the philosophic absolutism of the Catholic theologies.