- lackey moth,
- lackland air force base,
- laclos, pierre ambroise françois choderlos de,
Origin of lackluster
Examples from the Web for lacklustre
Pippa Middleton has parted company with her literary agent following the lacklustre reception to her first book.
A man in a cart was listening with a lacklustre eye to the address.Pictures of Southern Life|William Howard Russell
He looked uneasily about the room, and gazed with lacklustre eyes at the chair in which Mr. Dickson had installed himself.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 7 (of 25)|Robert Louis Stevenson
When I entered the lowly dwelling, he raised his lacklustre eyes, and stretched forth his hand to meet my grasp.
also lack-luster, c.1600, first attested in "As You Like It," from lack + luster. Combinations with lack- were frequent in 16c., e.g. lackland (1590s), of a landless man; lack-Latin (1530s), of an ignorant priest.