- adj. UK alternative spelling of lackluster.
- adj. lacking brilliance or vitality
- adj. lacking luster or shine
“His opponents within Labour say what they call his lacklustre leadership will ensure electoral defeat.”
“His opponents within Labour say what they call his lacklustre leadership will ensure electoral defeat. ”
“His campaign has been described as lacklustre, lacking in urgency and we still know very little about Gordon Brown the man.”
“UFC 108 has come under fire for what many call a lacklustre main card.”
“Business activity remained "lacklustre" and purchasing managers reported a significant drop in inventory levels.”
“So you do wonder, if she knows that's the case, why David Cameron and the Shadow Cabinet have still been sent to "ginger up" her party's "lacklustre" performance North of the Border - again these are not my words, but instead the rather more scathing words of the Torygraph.”
“Leon said Somalis had complained to the DA of the "lacklustre" response by police to their concerns.”
“A "lacklustre" performance by Safety and Security minister”
“However, for 2011 as a whole it predicts "lacklustre" 1.5pc growth, and 1.8pc next year.”
“The report said that with the "lacklustre" economy operating at about 4% below potential, there was room to hold off on some of the Government's austerity programme, adding this would be acceptable because borrowing costs are currently so low.”
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