verb (used with object), mo·ti·vat·ed, mo·ti·vat·ing.
Examples from the Web for unmotivated
Unchallenged by a competitive industry and unmotivated by a bottom line, federal workers often work fewer hours.Federal Employees Rake in Millions in Added Pay and Bonuses|Daniel Stone|June 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Third, he wants to turn America into a Euro-paradise for the shiftless and unmotivated.
Ramos says November could be a “disaster” for the Democrats with an unmotivated Latino base.
Melodrama obviously does depend on story-happenings often unmotivated and forced on the characters by the will of the dramatist.Dramatic Technique|George Pierce Baker