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- adjective Not
keen, lacking in enthusiasmor motivation.
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Also I don't know why you are so unkeen on discussing the meaning of the word 'mandated'.
They're very unkeen about these American transition teams.
This was a decent-looking fellow with a thin face, a mustache dyed black and a carefully unkeen expression that noticed everything.
The Bacillus of Beauty A Romance of To-day Harriet Stark
He told the programme that Downing Street appears "unkeen" for him to have a meeting with Prime Minister David Cameron to discuss the issues.
Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph Telegraph Staff 2012
Like his best buddy, Jobs is unkeen on having any gods other than ... you know.
TG Daily 2010
The briefing that Labour members of the team were "sneering" and "unkeen" came from LibDem sources and was completely untrue.
Pickled Politics 2010
Many voters are unkeen on all the PDP contenders, preferring candidates such as Muhammadu
I persuaded an unkeen Sarah that we ought to take this long detour from the main route to see the world's highest lake.
Thomas was famously mean - deliberately, professionally, entertainingly unkeen to put his hand in his pocket.
Home | Mail Online 2009
Mercedes, which supplies engines to two other teams besides McLaren -- including series-leading Brawn GP -- and which supplies safety cars and other series support, was seen as unkeen on a threat to McLaren's season.
Motorsport.com: news 2009