Their uninspiring advertising speaks to an America that barely exists anymore.
I may be wrong—but the sheer cramped, tedious, mediocre micro-policies he listed were uninspiring to say the least.
He was running against another crop of uninspiring candidates and supposedly had no hope of victory, either.
And in its opener, little seemed to improve as it played out a dull, frustrating tie with an uninspiring Uruguay side.
Super Bowl counterprogramming has a short and uninspiring history.
Religion, which means something which binds us to God, becomes an uninspiring series of detailed scruples about ourselves.
I have seen some new plays that are judicious, but uninspiring.
It had a small garden but it faced directly on the walk and was a most uninspiring color.
It was as uninspiring to the eye as a pool of drippings from umbrellas in a porch.
It was dreary work at best, however, with only these uninspiring and never-ending fatigues to occupy our time.
mid-14c., enspiren, "to fill (the mind, heart, etc., with grace, etc.);" also "to prompt or induce (someone to do something)," from Old French enspirer (13c.), from Latin inspirare "inflame; blow into" (see inspiration), a loan-translation of Greek pnein in the Bible. General sense of "influence or animate with an idea or purpose" is from late 14c. Also sometimes used in literal sense in Middle English Related: Inspired; inspires; inspiring.
inspire in·spire (ĭn-spīr')
v. in·spired, in·spir·ing, in·spires
To draw in breath; to inhale.