Stoddard, more stable and unexcited than Taylor or than Stedman, was occupied in a succession of uninspired literary ventures.
Yet he sat there at his noon meal as cheerful, as unexcited, as content as ever.
It was so soft and unexcited and appreciative gave a favourable interpretation to everything.
They would not let me see you before, saying it was best that you should be quiet and unexcited.
Trying to appear very casual and unexcited, he rode up the lane.
We confess that the Roman poet often used to leave us cold and unexcited too.
The workmen talked in groups, and, like all crowds of men sober and unexcited, they were given largely to badinage and idle talk.
He did not reason on that unexcited sense of impersonality and detachment.
Her face was colorless but her manner was unexcited; her lips even had a smile for the colonel.
Peter was fascinated by the unexcited persistency of the man's movement.