Uninspiring [adjective]

Definition of Uninspiring:

undistinguished, commonplace

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Sentence/Example of Uninspiring:

It was as uninspiring to the eye as a pool of drippings from umbrellas in a porch.

I have seen some new plays that are judicious, but uninspiring.

This order is too tame, this culture too second-rate, this goodness too uninspiring.

They have earned a reputation, and that reputation adheres to them: they are cold and uninspiring.

His was probably the most uninspiring funeral that is set down in history.

This would work injustice to no one and would be a great convenience to authors whose real names are of an uninspiring nature.

These temptations are as common as humanity and as uninspiring as night.

He plods along, correct as a rule, but uninspiring and unattractive.

It makes passion formal and uninspiring, and so gradually kills it.

They took the glamor from projects and left them hard, grim, uninspiring tasks.