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- n. The state or quality of being uncreative.
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- n. a lack of creativity
But the same lack of invention, the same relative uncreativeness that has kept the German behind the Frenchman in things aerial has made him, regardless of his shallow seas, follow our lead in naval matters, and if we have erred, and I believe we have erred, in overrating the importance of the big battleship, the German has at least very obligingly fallen in with our error.
This largely accounts for the manifest sterility and uncreativeness of present-day Judaism.
But for his essential uncreativeness, he might well have become the composer uniquely representative of the artistic movement in which the late nineteenth-century refinement and exquisiteness manifested itself.
The very size of the apparatus throws into crudest relief his weariness and uncreativeness.
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