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lacklustre

/ ˈlækˌlʌstə /

adjective

  1. lacking force, brilliance, or vitality


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Pippa Middleton has parted company with her literary agent following the lacklustre reception to her first book.

He looked at me with a lacklustre eye for a moment, and uttered a few wild words, as if his mind was wandering.

And, judging from their unhealthy pallor and lacklustre eyes, I can well believe it.

(He laughs again and leers with lacklustre eye) Thanks be to God we have it in the house, what, eh, do you follow me?

Look at her shrunken form, her pale cheeks, her lacklustre eye, her hand worn to the bone!

She sat with tearless, lacklustre eyes, repeating to herself the sad story of her later life.

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