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unenthusiastic

/ ˌʌnɪnθjuːzɪˈæstɪk /

adjective

  1. lacking in enthusiasm


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For years, young voters in America have been unenthusiastic about, if not outright hostile toward, the GOP.

Of course, these conservatives were notably unenthusiastic about Romney during the primaries.

The Israeli official response to Barak's trial balloon was unenthusiastic.

Behind the scenes, Schwarzenegger was an unenthusiastic endorser of Bush in 2004.

And then he stopped, having caught Val's unenthusiastic glance.

Hence their virtuously proud indignation at the unenthusiastic wits and scoffers.

I never even cared for motoring, you see, so the experience left me most unenthusiastic, greatly to Langly's disgust.

"'A charming girl,' said Ferdinand du Tillet in a cool, unenthusiastic tone," Bixiou continued.

In answer to his unenthusiastic enquiry, Maisie shook her head vigorously like a little girl.

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