not interesting; boring: lifeless and uninteresting
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How to use uninteresting in a sentence
This means it is exploring associations that, under normal circumstances, it would reject as somewhere between uninteresting and just plain ridiculous.
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I felt so normal and uninteresting that I thought, OK, this will never happen.Charlotte Gainsbourg’s Raw Performance in ‘Nymphomaniac’ Is Not About the Sex | Jimmy So | March 21, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
“Kevin Costner can be very uninteresting,” concluded David Thomson in his New Biographical Dictionary of Film.
This despite the fact that her comments were uncontroversial, unsurprising, and largely uninteresting.
The way she presents herself, in these videos, on the red carpet or snapped by paparazzi, is painfully uninteresting.From ‘The Hills’ to Over the Hill: Lauren Conrad’s Premature Aging | Anna Klassen | September 24, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Never in the field of human history has so much attention been focused on such an aggressively uninteresting group of people.Wall Street Bonuses Tumble, But Bankers Have Nowhere to Go | Aaron Timms | March 2, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Phœbe Chiffinch, I am glad to add, was jilted by her uninteresting lover, who little knew what a fortune he was slighting.Checkmate | Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
The dinner was quiet and uninteresting, save for the cheerful efforts of Arobin to enliven things.The Awakening and Selected Short Stories | Kate Chopin
We went over a rather lonely and uninteresting road by the way of Amesbury, which is two miles from Stonehenge.British Highways And Byways From A Motor Car | Thomas D. Murphy
The country itself was rather flat and the villages generally uninteresting.British Highways And Byways From A Motor Car | Thomas D. Murphy
Yet an age in which great questions were handled by great men could not be either an unfruitful or an uninteresting one.The English Church in the Eighteenth Century | Charles J. Abbey and John H. Overton