- adj. Not enthused.
- un- + enthused (Wiktionary)
“As for the rest, well, color me unenthused, which is a dull shade of tan.”
“The tragedy of this is that the "unenthused" left majority will suffer the all too predictable pains of a GOP Congress legislating against their interests and wishes.”
“A scout who saw Sheets today, told Price, "He ... nybaseballdigest. com 9 hours ago - Bengie Molina is gone and, according to SI's Jon Heyman, the Mets are" unenthused "about Yorvit Torrealba or Rod Barajas.”
“U.S. officials are now even more unenthused about Egyptian democracy after the Muslim Brotherhood held a public internal election on Saturday for the first time in its history.”
“Every week I read The New Yorker's cartoon captions and am generally unenthused.”
“Conventional wisdom says Republican voters are very fired up about next month's mid-term elections, and Democrats are very unenthused.”
“Conventional wisdom says Republican voters are quite fired up about next month's midterm elections, and Democrats are quite unenthused, which helps explains why Republicans are ahead in so many polls.”
“Perhaps it was a coincidence that Urban Outfitters is owned by a former Bush Ranger -- a group perhaps unenthused by the prospect of youngsters voting in greater numbers.”
“The minorities, young people and liberal Democrats just seem unenthused about participating and engaging in this election.”
“He reported that the crowd was unenthused, and even bored.”
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